Cure For Poverty: Hold A Full-Time, Year-Round Job

Just 2.7 percent of those who do in Michigan fall below the poverty line Read more

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How to Control the Pension Debt

The costs of pension liabilities have grown out of control Read more

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Whitmer Approved $4.51 Billion In Corporate Handouts, Denounces Opponents’ ‘Giveaways’

Dem candidate for governor says she may ‘unleash’ more if elected Read more

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Choice Satisfies Most Parents, Appeals to Most Voters

New surveys highlight favorable experiences, need for more options Read more

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Troy Teacher's Pay $106k, Challenges Legislator On Low Teacher Pay

‘What are we doing in Michigan about this, Senator?’ Read more

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This Is What It’s Like When Media Covers Teachers In America

Expect a distorted picture Read more

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Prisons Are Not a Jobs Program

Closing Ojibway is tough, but necessary Read more

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Union Sues Teacher For Exercising Her Right-To-Work Option

Michigan banned compulsory union fees in 2013, MEA still trying to collect them Read more

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Legislator ‘Stunned’ By End Of Film Subsidies, Knocks Other Corporate Handouts She Approved

Democrat voted for $1.2 billion in 'huge tax breaks and sweetheart incentives' Read more

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Detroiters Benefit From Snyder Licensure, Criminal Records Orders

Initial applications for state jobs and licenses won’t ask about criminal records Read more

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