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Detroit School Problems Weren’t Caused By Coronavirus Or Funding ‘Disparity’

The ‘poor districts get less’ claim goes against years of data collected and posted by state officials Read more

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Emergency Powers Under Michigan Law

A quick overview of how these rarely used laws work Read more

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Classical Charter Schools on the Rise in Michigan

Ivywood’s unique partnership may break ground Read more

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Can Virus Orders Shut Down Religious Services? Yes And No

State can’t single out churches, but can ban all assemblies — including religious ones Read more

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Price Gouging? ‘Right Now, We Are Out Of Any Hand Sanitizer’

Michigan Attorney General appears ready to find business bad guys Read more

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How To Think About Government Emergency Powers

Officials have the authority and the public’s support – for now Read more

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Amid Pandemic Michigan Consumers Return Germ-Soaked Bottles To Food Stores

‘Cans and bottles are very dirty’; just 10 states have ‘bottle bills’ Read more

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Schools Feeling Short-Term Pension Pain For Long-Term Gain

One catch: Some benefits of a 2017 reform will take years to pay off a lot Read more

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State’s Coronavirus Spending Bill Infected with Irony

Lawmakers shouldn't be giving taxpayer resources to special interests Read more

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Yes, A Michigan Law Rations Number Of Hospital Beds Here

Now public health experts concerned about hospitals surge capacity Read more

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