Here is the latest Michigan news from The Associated Press at 5:40 p.m. EST

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — A lobbyist says she was shocked and angry to receive a text message from a Michigan lawmaker who is charged with trying to get campaign cash for certain votes. The trial of state Rep. Larry Inman began Tuesday in Grand Rapids federal court. The Republican from northern Michigan is accused of urging union officials in 2018 to round up $30,000 in campaign contributions per legislator to protect a law that set higher wages on state-financed construction projects.

DETROIT (AP) — An arraignment has been scheduled for a 28-year-old convicted felon charged in the fatal shooting last month of a Detroit police officer and the wounding of another as they searched for him following a home invasion. The Wayne County prosecutor’s office says JuJuan Parks will appear via video Thursday. Parks faces 16 charges including first-degree premeditated murder and three counts of assault with intent to murder. Parks was arrested after a third officer shot him in the arm.

BRIGHTON, Mich. (AP) — A southeastern Michigan judge who was removed from office for ethics violations has pleaded guilty to perjury during her divorce case. The attorney general’s office says two other charges were dropped as part of a deal Tuesday with Theresa Brennan. She was a judge in Livingston County for 14 years until she was removed in June by the Michigan Supreme Court. Brennan was accused of lying during a deposition about erasing data from her iPhone shortly after her husband filed for divorce in 2016.

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer says delaying implementation of work requirements for enrollees in Michigan’s Medicaid expansion program would prevent the state from potentially wasting at least $1 million. The Democrat issued a special message to legislative leaders Tuesday, a day after saying the Republican-controlled Legislature should pause the rules taking effect in January. Republican legislative leaders are rejecting the request.