Bridge Spring Fund Drive: Will you help put us over the top?

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At Bridge Magazine, we are thrilled to be named 2016 “Newspaper of the Year” by the Michigan Press Association. That award belongs as much to you, our readers, as it does to our journalists. Because you – your ideas, your readership, and your financial support – truly drive the publication.

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We bring fresh news and insights to your in box every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday… The state’s best reporting on education issues… In-depth reports on Michigan business, public policy, and politics…  Watchdog reporting on government, like our comprehensive timeline of the Flint water crisis and our Truth Squad which sifts fact from fiction in political ads… Great stories about inspiring Michigan residents… Thoughtful analysis of future-oriented issues like college affordability, Michigan competitiveness, and the future of cities, health care, and the environment…

We can only do it with help from readers like you. 

These are tough times in news media. Cutbacks cost Michigan’s newspaper newsrooms nearly 40 percent of their entire staffs in the past 20 years. In response, Bridge built a team of professional journalists with nearly 200 years of combined experience to help all Michigan residents stay informed.

Thank you for considering this request. Financial support from readers just like you is truly crucial to Bridge’s public service mission to bring you the state’s best journalism.

How much is it worth to you to stay informed on statewide affairs? You set the price of Bridge - $25, $50, or $100 truly makes a huge difference. Special Offer: Readers who contribute $10 per month via credit card or $200 or more total in 2016 will receive a complimentary copy of “Poison on Tap,” Bridge’s first-ever book, a collection of our coverage of the Flint water crisis explaining how and why it happened and what it means for the whole state. Please consider helping Bridge today!

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