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Date

Author

Rare book collector Ed Surovell started with little, now traces ‘footprints of mankind’

September 23, 2013

David Ashenfelter

Tax breaks are a bounty crop for Michigan farms

September 23, 2013

Ted Roelofs

Old Mission postcard: land protection taxes benefit farmers – and neighbors

September 23, 2013

Ted Roelofs

Thumbs Up: Region leads Michigan in farm subsidies

September 23, 2013

Ted Roelofs

Secret money in judicial campaigns is a scandal

September 23, 2013

Phil Power

A millennial looks forward to Obamacare, and wishes legislators would, too

September 20, 2013

Natalie Burg

A year after the big move, Grand Rapids is still the place to be

September 20, 2013

Conor Dugan

Michigan fails students with poor teacher prep

September 19, 2013

Ron French

Teaching in Windsor: A few miles away, a world apart

September 19, 2013

Ron French

As the middle class morphs, so does the idea of marriage

September 16, 2013

Nancy Derringer

Middle class shifts challenge traditional service clubs

September 16, 2013

Nancy Derringer

Why ‘dark money’ matters when you stand before a Michigan judge

September 16, 2013

David Ashenfelter

Will Tea Party have the legs to grab the GOP?

September 16, 2013

Phil Power

What's Michigan deer season for? Trophies or venison?

September 13, 2013

John Schneider

Three sunrise-coast gems that are Pure Michigan

September 13, 2013

Helen Taylor

How you can help set Michigan’s agenda for 2014

September 11, 2013

Bridge Staff

New Michigan Scorecard: Five years later, state still stuck in neutral

September 11, 2013

Rick Haglund

Michigan Scorecard solutions elude policymakers

September 11, 2013

Rick Haglund

Don’t leave teacher training, support to chance

September 11, 2013

Amber Arellano

The importance of federally qualified health centers and the Affordable Care Act

September 11, 2013

Marianne Udow-Phillips

The Tea Party’s tepid relations with Michigan business groups

September 10, 2013

Pat Shellenbarger

Tea Party teamwork: money and foot soldiers

September 10, 2013

Pat Shellenbarger

Michigan colleges welcome 'freshfolk' to exciting - and contentious - new semester

September 9, 2013

Phil Power

In an echo chamber, language loses its power

September 6, 2013

Jim Heynen

In examining U.P.'s issues, Native Americans weigh in

September 6, 2013

Ron Riekki

Michigan’s Tea Party battles for GOP's soul

September 5, 2013

Pat Shellenbarger

Kitchen table politics: Tea Party leverages social media to advance causes

September 5, 2013

Pat Shellenbarger

Your graduation rates may vary

September 3, 2013

Bridge Staff

MLK’s dream not yet realized at college graduation – it’s not even close

September 2, 2013

Ron French

Bipartisanship registers a heartbeat

September 2, 2013

Phil Power

Breaker breaker one-nine, trucking jobs dying on the vine

August 26, 2013

Ted Roelofs

Military vets find civilian work behind the wheel

August 26, 2013

Ted Roelofs

Empty cabs: Are driverless vehicles the answer to Michigan’s trucker shortage?

August 26, 2013

Ted Roelofs

Iraqi immigrants flow into Michigan, but state lags in attracting new residents

August 26, 2013

Kurt Metzger

Michigan draws thin in new, high-stakes Indian casino tax negotiations

August 26, 2013

Ted Roelofs

State seeks tighter oversight of Indian casinos’ local revenue sharing

August 26, 2013

Ted Roelofs

Summer swan songs from the U.P. and below the bridge

August 26, 2013

Phil Power

3-D printing is new way to make things, in state where manufacturing thrives

August 23, 2013

Larry Gabriel

Put pen to paper, and give the world a gratitude adjustment

August 23, 2013

Robin Miner-Swartz

Far from bankrupt: Michigan art museums thrive despite economic woes

August 21, 2013

Nancy Derringer

Why go? A peek inside some of the state’s best art museums

August 21, 2013

Nancy Derringer

Some schools sell themselves in silly, superficial ways

August 21, 2013

Margaret Trimer-Hartley

The Giving Judge: Which comes first, impartial justice or partisan politics?

August 19, 2013

David Ashenfelter

Why Michigan citizens should care about money in judicial politics

August 19, 2013

David Ashenfelter

Northern Michigan residents “ho hum” over Detroit’s bankruptcy.

August 19, 2013

Ken Winter

Homeless in Detroit: Deep in the trenches of poverty

August 19, 2013

Taylor Trammell

Misplaced rage over minimum wage: Workers need options to leave burgers behind

August 16, 2013

Karen Dumas

For military spouses, a needed break; for Legislature, a call to act

August 16, 2013

Brandon Hubbard

Cutting a new trail for the Pure Michigan economy

August 13, 2013

Nancy Derringer

How a Michigan entrepreneur overcame pork politics

August 13, 2013

Rick Haglund

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