In the ‘Birthplace of Organized Labor,’ Union Membership Plummets 

Since Michigan's right-to-work law was adopted organized labor struggles to retain dues-paying members Read more

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State Health Department Invites Snitching On Local Business Non-Compliance With Epidemic Rules

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Analysis

Second Wave Agony: Maybe The State’s Epidemic Policy Is To Blame, Not Its People

Officials scold the public, but a growing chorus of scientists say it’s politicians who are blowing it Read more

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Restaurant Association: Patron Contact Tracing Mandate Means Closures, Lost Jobs For No Gain

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Wherever Two Or More Gather Outside Homes, Not Wearing Face Mask Subject To $1,000 Fine

An exception would be if the two people were swimming together, but even then a face mask is ‘strongly encouraged’ Read more

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Tips Optional, But Dine-In Service Now Requires Leaving Name And Phone Number

Schools, businesses must turn over names of those ‘with possible COVID-19 exposure’ Read more

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COVID Not The Only Killer: Pandemic’s ‘Excess Deaths’ Could Include Some From Government’s Response

Suspending medical screenings and nonessential treatments also have costs Read more

Commentary

Beer, Tattoo Art and Groceries: Is There Nothing the State Won’t Subsidize?

Governments do a lousy job at creating jobs through its handout programs Read more

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Kroger Earned $1.66 Billion In 2019, Getting $1.6 Million Michigan Taxpayer Grant In 2020

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Star Cross Country Runner Repeatedly Tests Negative; Forced To Quarantine and Miss State Meet

His season over after he got too close to a COVID-positive student Read more

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