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Streetcar travels through some of richest parts of Detroit (interactive map)

May 11, 2017

Mike Wilkinson

Can a charitable foundation save a school district? We’re about to find out

May 11, 2017

Ron French

Cut taxes vs public investment: What Michigan’s fiscal tug of war means to you

May 9, 2017

John Bebow, Mike Wilkinson, Ted Roelofs

Compared with other states, Michigan's tax burden is low - and getting lower

May 9, 2017

John Bebow, Mike Wilkinson, Ted Roelofs

Look around: YOUR taxes could be much higher

May 9, 2017

John Bebow, Mike Wilkinson, Ted Roelofs

State government gives more tax breaks than it collects for schools and general government

May 9, 2017

John Bebow, Mike Wilkinson, Ted Roelofs

The definition of "Anti-tax conservative" has changed

May 9, 2017

John Bebow, Mike Wilkinson, Ted Roelofs

If Michigan's tax burden is so low, why do taxes seem so high to YOU?

May 9, 2017

John Bebow, Mike Wilkinson, Ted Roelofs

Why do legislators want to cut the state income tax?

May 9, 2017

John Bebow, Mike Wilkinson, Ted Roelofs

What's in YOUR wallet? What you might get out of an income tax cut

May 9, 2017

John Bebow, Mike Wilkinson, Ted Roelofs

Snyder is a Republican. Why do his experts want to spend more, not less?

May 9, 2017

John Bebow, Mike Wilkinson, Ted Roelofs

How could Michigan cut income taxes AND spend more on education and infrastructure?

May 9, 2017

John Bebow, Mike Wilkinson, Ted Roelofs

What if Michigan ultimately raises taxes? Who might get nicked?

May 9, 2017

John Bebow, Mike Wilkinson, Ted Roelofs

So, what will happen with your taxes over the long term?

May 9, 2017

John Bebow, Mike Wilkinson, Ted Roelofs

Higher taxes for schools? A big fight brews in Utah

May 9, 2017

Ted Roelofs

Snyder’s former budget chief points to Michigan’s way forward

May 9, 2017

Bridge Staff

France avoids disaster, but tremors of political instability remain

May 9, 2017

Phil Power

How Bridge Magazine compared state tax burdens

May 9, 2017

Bridge Staff

Take a trip through the Michigan Tax Time Machine (SLIDESHOW)

May 9, 2017

Bridge Staff

Psssst. You wanna hear a good story?

May 8, 2017

John Bebow

Graduates aren't all universities produce. You may be holding one item in your hand.

May 5, 2017

Mark Schlissel

Detroit’s problem is a lack of jobs, not too much gentrification

May 5, 2017

Ida Byrd-Hill

Six ways Trump budget could threaten Michigan environment (SLIDESHOW)

May 4, 2017

Nancy Derringer

The nation’s political winds blow against a clean environment, but Michigan’s turbines are still turning

May 4, 2017

Lisa Wozniak

Detroit cites progress, but water shutoffs actually rose last year

May 2, 2017

Joel Kurth

Interactive Map: Detroit water shutoffs by neighborhood

May 2, 2017

Mike Wilkinson, Joel Kurth

Are Detroit water shutoffs and illnesses related?

May 2, 2017

Joel Kurth

Among likely candidates for governor, who can unite our divided state?

May 2, 2017

Phil Power

How much is Bridge Magazine worth to you? Why we hope you’ll contribute today.

May 1, 2017

Bridge Staff

Traverse City has pledged to fight climate change through renewable energy; can your city?

April 28, 2017

Kate Madigan

Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund again targeted by legislature

April 28, 2017

Chris Bunch

Keeping crime victims from becoming repeat customers

April 27, 2017

Bill Kubota

Eight ways Detroit’s new schools chief can succeed

April 27, 2017

Erin Einhorn

As deadline nears: How to choose the college that’s right for you

April 25, 2017

Ron French

Bridge wins 19 awards from Society of Professional Journalists

April 25, 2017

Chastity Pratt Dawsey

Time for a fresh look at how we fund our public schools

April 21, 2017

Rob Fowler

Is gentrification helping or dividing Detroit?

April 20, 2017

Nancy Derringer

Welcome to the New Detroit, white people. So long, poor folks.

April 20, 2017

Nancy Derringer

Bring on the wealthy to ease inequality in Detroit

April 20, 2017

Nancy Derringer

How to improve SAT scores without going broke

April 20, 2017

Chastity Pratt Dawsey

Detroit scales back drain fees after churches balk

April 20, 2017

Nancy Derringer

‘The Intersection’ book explores race, rebellion and the damage done in 1967 Detroit

April 19, 2017

Chastity Pratt Dawsey

New book on Detroit’s 1967 uprisings; events feel like yesterday

April 19, 2017

Phil Power

'The Intersection': ORDER TODAY

April 19, 2017

Bridge Staff

Cancer diagnosis brings clarity to one Trump voter

April 18, 2017

Jacob Wheeler, Ron French

Top of the pecking order: Meet your Detroit Chicken

April 18, 2017

Nancy Derringer

Child care isn’t just a parental issue. It’s a concern for employers, too.

April 18, 2017

Doug Luciani, Rob Fowler, Kevin Stotts

For many in Michigan, a perilous time to be a child

April 18, 2017

Alicia Guevara Warren

AK Steel tax credits are $60M question for state, drawing backlash

April 16, 2017

Lindsay VanHulle

Mental-health service and payment should remain in public hands

April 14, 2017

Mark Reinstein, Dohn Hoyle

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