Here is the latest Michigan news from The Associated Press at 2:40 p.m. EST

DETROIT (AP) — Former President Bill Clinton told a crowd of people at the funeral for former Congressman John Conyers that he not only represented people in his district, but those around the country and “even around the world on the things we should all care about.” Clinton was among the speakers at Monday’s services in Detroit. Conyers died Oct. 27 at age 90 at his Detroit home, two years after resigning from Congress where he served for 50 years.

WESTLAND, Mich. (AP) — A police officer blamed for the drug-related death of a man in a Detroit-area jail has been cleared of misconduct in office. A Wayne County jury acquitted former Westland Sgt. Ron Buckley on Friday. Separately, a mistrial was declared in the trial of paramedic Leah Maynard. Buckley and Maynard were charged in the 2017 death of William Marshall, who was arrested for drug possession and died from cocaine toxicity in the Westland jail. Prosecutors said the two disregarded Marshall’s medical needs.

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — The state of Michigan is lowering or eliminating fees assessed on people who register to use marijuana for medical reasons. The Marijuana Regulatory Agency announced last week that new rules are in effect. The application fee for a two-year registry card is now $40, down from $60. A $10 fee to update, replace or add or remove a caregiver has been eliminated.

DEARBORN HEIGHTS, Mich. (AP) — As Islam grows in the United States, some communities are dealing with a Muslim clergy shortage, a problem exacerbated by Trump administration travel restrictions. A Detroit-area mosque is working to solve those problems by operating a seminary. It’s one of a few such schools in North America offering English-only classes in-person and online. The Al-Hujjah Islamic Seminary has grown from about three dozen students in 2017 to about 400 today.