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Topic - u.s. district court for the eastern district of michigan
A federal judge has rejected a Michigan company's urgent plea for protection from the contraception mandate in President Obama's health-care law, noting that a corporation's rights are not always the same as an individual's.
The founder of Domino's Pizza does not have to insure contraception for his employees at an office park in Michigan — at least for now — as required by a provision in President Obama's health care law, a federal court said Thursday.
A bus-ad campaign that seeks to offer resources to those considering leaving Islam already has stirred up controversy in Miami and New York, but its next city may create the most fireworks - Detroit, the U.S. metropolitan area with the heaviest concentration of Middle Easterners.