It’s Bridge’s 8th birthday. Will you help us celebrate?

John Bebow, President and CEO of The Center for Michigan, Bridge Magazine's nonprofit publisher.

Bridge, your go-to source for nonprofit, nonpartisan Michigan news, is celebrating our eighth year of publication. The support of readers like you has helped us to grow from a two-person, twice-weekly newsletter to a near-daily online publication with a staff of nine editors and reporters.

We’ve added an environmental beat and a health/mental health beat just in the last year, and we work every day to provide you the facts on Michigan’s most pressing issues, including education, no-fault insurance, our crumbling infrastructure, and more. 

Our data-driven, in-depth reporting is free to read, but it is not free to produce. We rely on the support of our Bridge Club members to invest in our reporting because of the value of the information it provides them.

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We sincerely appreciate your consideration and your readership of Bridge. 

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