Food Stamp Abuse Rate Up, But Enrollment Down

From 924,643 enrolled in 2012 to 684,001 last year Read more

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State's Purchasing Manual Includes Unlawful Union Preference

So-called prevailing wage requirement still applies in manual; spokesman says it’s a mistake Read more

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Property Taxes Up $638 Million In 2018

Driven down by Lost Decade and Great Recession, Michigan property tax collections now up six years in a row Read more


More Money for Preschool Not the Answer

Proposal to boost great start funding doesn't add up Read more


Homeowner: Are All Uses Not ‘Permitted’ By Zoning Forbidden? 

That’s what one Michigan city appears to claim Read more

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Even Without Tax Hikes State Will Collect $1.2 Billion More Next Year

Gov. Whitmer's proposed tax hikes would make it $2.6 billion more Read more


Get Rid of the Teacher Licensing Exam

Let individual districts and principals decide whether certification is necessary Read more

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State Requires Welfare Truancy Sanctions, Can’t Say How Many Sanctioned

Household’s welfare benefits are cut off if a child is truant Read more


Detroit Charter Opening Doors of Opportunity

Frontier International Academy shines on CAP Report Card Read more

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Republicans Imposed Medicaid Work Requirements; Governor Wants to Undo Them 

Gov. Whitmer wants U-turn on making able-bodied medical welfare recipients get a job Read more

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