The tragic consequences of Michigan’s new auto no fault law continue to mount. Republican leaders in the state legislature promised to fix known problems with the law after it was passed. But they haven’t. More than 18 thousand catastrophically injured Michiganders are losing necessary medical care as a result.On Sunday, Kelley Miller, a ventilator-dependent quadriplegic, lost her home care. Tracy Samilton was there when paramedics removed Miller from her home of ten years.
A family member says Jackson County Commissioner Jeromy Alexander is in stable condition following a skydiving accident.