Felony HIV criminal penalties bills still in committee By Cheyna Roth • Oct 8, 2018 Flickr User David Shane / https://flic.kr/p/9khgxJ Legislation in Michigan would reduce criminal penalties for people who intentionally don’t tell their sexual partners that they have HIV in order to spread the disease. The bills have stalled in a state House committee. Former Credit Union CEO pleads guilty to embezzlement By Max Cobb • Feb 13, 2018 Flickr User 401(K) 2012 / https://flic.kr/p/aYWk56 A former CEO of a Saginaw area Credit Union pleaded guilty Monday to embezzling more than $700,000. Listen Listening... / 0:17 Lawmakers move bills to make female genital mutilation a state crime By Cheyna Roth • Jun 8, 2017 Flickr User Rosmarie Voegtli https://flic.kr/p/8vqye1 Listen Listening... / 0:41 A federal prosecutor recently revealed as many as 100 girls in Michigan may have been victims of female genital mutilation. Now the state legislature is working quickly to pass bills to make it a 15-year felony in Michigan.