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The very people who claim to be fighting entrenched poverty in places like Detroit are inadvertently perpetuating it.
In every fast growing sector linked to solving the world’s big challenges, Michigan has the expertise to show the way.
A former rival assails Schuette, citing a forthcoming study in a Harvard legal journal showing Schuette has given less attention to consumer protection efforts than attorneys general in most states.
To reduce drug abuse, a new law requires doctors to check a patient’s drug history on a state database before prescribing dangerous narcotics. But the law only works if doctors follow it.
While the state requires special education services for eligible students, it only funds a portion of the overall costs.
A pilot program in Monroe County helps jail inmates take control of their mental health, making them less likely to reoffend when they get out.
Gov. Snyder and the state are not fulfilling their duty to residents to find alternatives to the Enbridge pipeline that flows under the Straits of Mackinac
Residents have made it clear: The oil pipeline should be decommissioned. So why isn’t the governor listening?
Hazing, alcohol and sexual abuse at the University of Michigan, Ohio State and other college campuses threaten young lives, and the future of the Greek system.
The state law, meant to keep out invasive species, doesn’t work because no other lake states follow it. That means ships now bypass Michigan for ports in other states, hurting our businesses and economy.
Nick Lyon and Eden Wells are public servants of integrity; their prosecution creates the suggestion of scapegoating.
An overabundance of deer causes thousands of car crashes and millions of dollars in crop damage annually. Yet the state DNR keeps pushing for more deer, which serves hunters at the expense of the general public.
Roughly half of Michigan’s rivers and streams exceed safety standards for E. coli bacteria, yet we are the only state without a uniform septic code.
The program, launching Nov. 15, is intended to help students and faculty in all academic fields seize the opportunity to innovate.
The author predicted back in 2011 that a law passed to regulate beer kegs would not reduce underage drinking. It didn’t. How did she know? The evidence was right in front of lawmakers, had they cared to look.
A state commission is voting this week on whether to double the daily catch limit from 5 to 10, despite research showing it would deplete Michigan streams and go against the wishes of anglers.
Like so much in life, it’s easier to believe ‒ and click on ‒ what fits our own worldview. Here are some tips on identifying less credible news stories that flit across your news feed.
Michigan routinely chooses to react to crisis after crisis instead of properly funding infrastructure systems that keep our communities safe
In America, we’ve never really answered the core issue about who should pay for health care and why. Is healthcare a product driven by markets? Or a social good for the benefit of all?
We know how to improve our public schools; the governor’s education commission and numerous studies provide the blueprint. What we need from state leaders is the political will.