Third Time A Charm For ‘Raise The Age’ Juvenile Justice Reform?

‘Who pays?’ stalled bipartisan effort in previous two legislatures, but there appears a will to move it now Read more

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Respected Michigan Research Group Finds School Spending Up Since 1995

Citizens Research Council paints very different picture than recent MSU report Read more

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State of the System

Criminal justice reforms should be made a priority Read more

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Lansing Stadium Subsidy: Big Promises, Little Information

City claims massive return on investment; experts say no way Read more

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Watch The Fine Print On ‘Green Jobs’ Claims

Speculation often treated as fact, and definition may be only in eye of beholder Read more

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Pension Tax Affected 8 Percent Of All Taxpayers

It’s a lot of people and a lot of revenue Read more

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Taxpayer Backlash Coming Over Billions In Amazon Subsidies

But the rebellion against corporate handouts hasn’t reached Michigan Read more

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If At First ... Legislature Looking To Rein In Auto Insurance

Special interests halted past reform efforts Read more

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Medical Welfare Programs Look To Price Another Year Of Life

Is a beneficiary’s ‘quality-adjusted life year’ worth the cost of a drug? Read more

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Union Membership Continues to Drop Nationwide

The Janus decision is having an effect on membership Read more

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