Fending off state, cities vow to rein in retiree benefits costs

Fending off state, cities vow to rein in retiree benefits costs

December 17, 2017 | Lindsay VanHulle

Cities facing large unfunded health and pension benefits for government workers say they’re already making changes, without need for state intervention

The Michigan News Quiz: Cure for the winter blahs.

December 14, 2017 | Bridge Staff

Put down that snow shovel. Pick up the laptop and test your knowledge of last week’s news.

Raped and left on the road, she said #MeToo. Jurors said ‘No, not you.’

December 14, 2017 | Kidada E. Williams, Danielle L. McGuire

Michigan has made huge strides testing sexual assault evidence. But even in this era of reckoning, black women are deemed unworthy of rape.

Say her name: Shawana Hall. She is a hero.

December 14, 2017 | Kidada E. Williams, Danielle L. McGuire

Shawana Hall had a troubled life but persevered. She spoke up against all odds.

Wealthy benefit most from Michigan’s energy savings plans, study finds

December 14, 2017 | Andy Balaskovitz

Programs designed to help customers lower energy bills aren’t benefiting those who need them most.

Reflections of a paperboy: How $2 a week boosts journalism

December 14, 2017 | John Bebow

With the help of readers just like you, Bridge Magazine provides Michigan with an important public service… Real news…

Price of specialty drugs spikes in Michigan

December 12, 2017 | Ted Roelofs

Michigan multiple sclerosis patients face a looming crisis in how to pay for medications that can cost upwards of $80,000 a year

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