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Questions and answers about the week that was. Can you feel the love?
Ten questions. Ten answers. All about the greatest two-peninsula state in the whole darn world.
Top o’ the morning. Answer these 10 questions about the week that was.
Get the facts. Get engaged. Get ready for the 2018 statewide election. The Center for Michigan/Bridge Magazine Truth Tour kicks off with our "Great Place to Live and Good Government Solutions Summit" in East Lansing
Multiple choice questions about government, policy and other stuff that happened in Michigan the past week.
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Ten questions and answers about politics, government, sports and whatever else happened in Michigan the past week.
As 2017 unfolded, six families from vastly different backgrounds said they sometimes felt like Michiganders didn’t speak the same language on politics. A Bridge documentary goes in search of what they might share.