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Dewey defeats Truman 2.0, and why so many pollsters were blindsided by Trump

November 10, 2016

Nancy Derringer

State House bill takes partisanship out of some primaries

November 10, 2016

Nancy Derringer

Rural Michigan thumbs nose at Clinton, backs Trump

November 9, 2016

Mike Wilkinson

Michigan Chamber: Senate energy bill supports customer choice and competition

November 9, 2016

Rich Studley

Electricity ratepayers bear heavier burden in Michigan

November 9, 2016

Larry Ward

Got polling fever? Five points for surviving until the election results tonight

November 8, 2016

Ron French

How accurately have polls predicted the presidential race

November 8, 2016

Ron French

Trump or Clinton in Mitten? What past elections tell us

November 8, 2016

Mike Wilkinson

After bitter campaign, dark days for the Republic

November 8, 2016

Phil Power

Capitol Briefings: Bills would clarify insurance coverage for Uber, Lyft drivers

November 7, 2016

Lindsay VanHulle

As state economy recovers, commercial real estate adjusts to fit

November 4, 2016

Peter Allen

Promised water infrastructure investment comes only in drips

November 3, 2016

Chad Selweski

Bills spark debate over ride-sharing upstarts at airports

November 3, 2016

Lindsay VanHulle

One house, one family at a time, immigrants are helping refill Detroit

November 3, 2016

Steve Tobocman

The best, worst and funniest U.S. political ads of this campaign season

November 1, 2016

Bridge Staff

Tom Hayden, reflections on an old friend

November 1, 2016

Phil Power

‘No Labels’ movement, an antidote to congressional gridlock

November 1, 2016

R. Griffith McDonald

Future doctors push for water policy changes

October 28, 2016

Bahar Zarrabian, James Conwell

In Lansing, where potentially self-serving votes run ‘rampant’

October 27, 2016

Craig Mauger, Ron French

15 lawmakers and their potential conflicts of interest

October 27, 2016

Craig Mauger

DJC Poll: Blacks, whites differ in opinions of treatment in local courts

October 26, 2016

Gabrielle Settles

Strangest. Election. Ever. Or how choosing a president sank from civics to reality TV

October 25, 2016

Ron French

Will Detroit school board candidates choose to fight or unite?

October 25, 2016

Chastity Pratt Dawsey

Mackinac: Senate energy bill would end electricity choice

October 25, 2016

Jason Hayes, Ted Bolema

Democratic gains in House could shift debate on infrastructure funding

October 23, 2016

Lindsay VanHulle

High-stakes testing doesn’t get any higher than the gaokao

October 21, 2016

Peiyu Yu

Miller gets flagrant foul for linking opponent to homicide

October 20, 2016

Bridge Staff

GOP spending claim in state House race earns foul

October 20, 2016

Bridge Staff

Why Flint’s lead pipe replacement costs so much, and moves so slowly

October 20, 2016

Nancy Derringer

The War on Crime, not crime itself, fueled Detroit’s post-1967 decline

October 18, 2016

Bill McGraw

Three prison reform ideas drawing bipartisan support

October 18, 2016

Bill McGraw

Among rural Trump supporters, an America that has lost its way

October 18, 2016

Ted Roelofs

Vote yes on the metro Detroit mass transit proposal

October 18, 2016

Phil Power

A budding market for risk-taking pot entrepreneurs

October 17, 2016

Lindsay VanHulle

Michigan could gain millions in tax revenue in legal marijuana market

October 17, 2016

Lindsay VanHulle

Can brownfield development happen without government’s help?

October 14, 2016

Sen. Ken Horn

Trump’s tax audit and his bid for a Detroit casino

October 13, 2016

Rick Haglund

Will metro Detroit voters approve mass transit that most will not use?

October 13, 2016

Nancy Derringer

Building on Obamacare, warts and all

October 13, 2016

Marianne Udow-Phillips

Candice Miller’s attacks mostly hold water

October 11, 2016

Bridge Staff

Marrocco earns foul for scare tactics on Koch brothers

October 11, 2016

Bridge Staff

Michigan schools continue to flail, but no one trusts the solutions

October 7, 2016

Ron Koehler

Young voters feel they’re ‘screwed either way’

October 6, 2016

Ted Roelofs

The teaching method that can save Michigan schools

October 6, 2016

Bill Sower

How more affluent families get welfare for pricey private colleges

October 4, 2016

Mike Wilkinson

Private colleges, public aid

October 4, 2016

Bridge Staff

Bridge Magazine turns 5 with pride

October 4, 2016

Phil Power

Don't miss Truth Squad LIVE

October 4, 2016

Bridge Staff

A vote for improved regional transit is a vote for better health

September 30, 2016

Jean Meyer

For most students, the nurse won’t see you now

September 29, 2016

Ron French

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