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‘Fake news’ and the delegitimization of traditional journalism

January 18, 2017

Phil Power

Thank you, generous Bridge readers. You did it!

January 13, 2017

John Bebow, Phil Power

Beyond suspension or expulsion, ‘restorative practices’ is more thoughtful discipline

January 13, 2017

Bill Sower

The Michigan counties most vulnerable if Obamacare is repealed

January 12, 2017

Nancy Derringer, Mike Wilkinson

Repeal Obamacare? Michigan delegation split…and a bit vague

January 12, 2017

Nancy Derringer, Mike Wilkinson

Revision to ‘Kevin’s Law’ means quicker treatment for the mentally ill

January 12, 2017

Ted Roelofs

At 17, living in a tent by the river

January 12, 2017

Ted Roelofs

Homeless student, meet volunteer family. Now, graduate.

January 12, 2017

Ted Roelofs

Fewer homeless veterans. More homeless children in state.

January 12, 2017

Ted Roelofs

Cold? Spend a winter in Alaska, then we’ll talk cold

January 12, 2017

Phil Power

State expands review of false fraud charges against workers

January 12, 2017

Lindsay VanHulle

Snyder: I’m warming up to business incentives

January 12, 2017

Lindsay VanHulle

Medicaid integration can be a health-care success story

January 6, 2017

Rick Murdock

The end of fake news

January 6, 2017

Phil Power

Michigan’s economic axis tilts away from Detroit

January 6, 2017

Mike Wilkinson

One year later, a brighter holiday for homeless EMU students

December 19, 2016

Kaela Theut

No tampering found in Michigan presidential vote on Election Day

December 19, 2016

Alexander Rosaen

Wolves of Christmas Past

December 19, 2016

Phil Power

Business incentives backers say they plan to keep trying

December 19, 2016

Lindsay VanHulle

Snyder should veto ill-considered legislative bullying of home rule

December 19, 2016

George Heartwell

Michigan’s election system does not count every vote

December 16, 2016

Alan Fox

He started the Detroit riot. His son wrestles with the carnage.

December 15, 2016

Bill McGraw

He started the Detroit riot. His son wrestles with the carnage: Part 2

December 15, 2016

Bill McGraw

He started the Detroit riot. His son wrestles with the carnage: Part 3

December 15, 2016

Bill McGraw

Half a world away from the Middle East, a reporter finds black gold

December 15, 2016

Nancy Derringer

We hope you enjoyed your stay at the county jail. Here’s your bill.

December 13, 2016

Ted Roelofs

Voting without an ID? Not a big problem in most of Michigan

December 13, 2016

Mike Wilkinson

Betsy DeVos’ path to an easier confirmation

December 13, 2016

Phil Power

$4 billion question: How to pay for infrastructure fixes?

December 11, 2016

Lindsay VanHulle

A new absentee option will make voting process easier, but still secure

December 9, 2016

Ruth Johnson

Conservative Energy Forum on state’s electricity: Not many sparks

December 9, 2016

Larry Ward

How many times do voters need to howl before legislature gets the message?

December 9, 2016

Wayne Pacelle

How Michigan ‘games’ the welfare-to-work system

December 8, 2016

Mike Wilkinson

Selling yourself at the business holiday party

December 8, 2016

Doug Brown

Segregation then and now: Metro Detroit

December 6, 2016

Mike Wilkinson

Pension, healthcare rollbacks for public workers die in lame duck

December 6, 2016

Lindsay VanHulle

Betsy DeVos’s Michigan legacy

December 6, 2016

Chastity Pratt Dawsey

Black flight to suburbs masks lingering segregation in metro Detroit

December 6, 2016

Mike Wilkinson

A Chinese voice on Trump, free speech and political correctness

December 6, 2016

Phil Power

Report: Michigan must spend billions more a year to modernize infrastructure

December 5, 2016

Lindsay VanHulle

Unions vow to fight Lansing on public pensions, health care

December 5, 2016

Lindsay VanHulle

Isn’t unemployment enough of a burden without a kick from a robo-enforcer?

December 2, 2016

Bob Cramer

School choice and quality don’t always go together

December 2, 2016

Paul Ruth

In state with low reading scores, a West Michigan effort shows promise

December 1, 2016

Nancy Derringer

Vulnerable kids can’t improve reading if their parents can’t help

December 1, 2016

Michele Corey

Don't let Michigan journalism die. Please support Bridge Magazine.

December 1, 2016

John Bebow

State sheds little light on troubled prison transport firm

November 29, 2016

Chastity Pratt Dawsey

Steps Michigan can take to make prisoner transportation more secure

November 29, 2016

Chastity Pratt Dawsey

Betsy DeVos and the segregation of school choice

November 29, 2016

Mike Wilkinson

In an era of fake news and layoffs at the dailies, you can count on Bridge

November 29, 2016

Phil Power

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