Granted, the latest Center for Michigan report on public trust in government is pretty grim. But making it better is a participatory sport.
It seems like common sense: Make sure students know their material before being promoted to the next grade. But many factors keep it from working. We need to fix that.
Rising crop prices fueled a surge in land values, and larger investments in Michigan farms
A $1 billion investment by GM gives Warren the region's highest industrial property values. Auburn Hills slides into second, while Detroit is a close third.
Small policy changes won’t change the downward spiral of local governments across Michigan. Here are a few alternatives.
People across the state told The Center for Michigan they have fundamental doubts about the government’s ability to deliver on education, public health, campaign transparency and other critical functions
With Flint on their minds, state residents are overwhelmingly opposed to Michigan’s divisive emergency manager law and want the state should work more collaboratively with locally elected officials.