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Detroit Public Schools Fails To Respond To Overdue Open Records Request

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Who's Moving Up In Next Year's Michigan Legislature

Party breakdowns, and who's new in Senate Read more

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Teachers Union Could Face Millions In Clawback Payments To Workers

Federal class-action lawsuit contends compulsory fee payments violated government workers' free speech Read more

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Legislature Makes Strong Pro-Israel Statement, U-M Goes Other Way

Broad bipartisan majorities approved anti-boycott contracting law; U-M hosted Israel boycott conference Read more

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Farm Lobby Says 1 In 6 State Jobs Due To Ag; Economists Call ‘Manure’

Federal statistics classify 1.1 percent of Michigan jobs as farmers or farm workers Read more

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Forcing Accountants to Stay in College Doesn’t Make Them Better CPAs

And the rest of us are paying for it Read more

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Teacher Politicizes Colleagues On Underfunding, Own School’s Funding Up

Look for the union narrative Read more

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School Funding Truth A Casualty Of Michigan Political Campaigns

‘Cuts to school budgets’ largely a political myth here Read more

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Helping More Michigan Students Learn to Read

Campaign promises are likely not enough Read more

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Campaign Season, And More Taxpayer-Funded Tax-Hike Electioneering

This time it’s Schoolcraft College advocating with public resources Read more

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