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Despite New Law, Some Cities Digging Deeper Pension Holes

Most towns making progress, but not Flint, Hamtramck, Eastpointe and Mt. Morris Read more

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Unionization Campaign Roils Royal Oak Hospital

‘I think it’s a money grab,’ says one nurse Read more

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State Gives Solar Preferences on Land 'Preserved' for Farmland

The move highlights some problems with government interference in private land use decisions Read more

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Republican Tax Hike Opponents Too ‘Ideological’ — Or Just Enough?

Half the 12 GOP Reps who opposed 2017 tax cut needed new jobs after 2018 election Read more

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Road Workers Oppose Strike, Bail On Union

‘The union is using us as pawns in a power play’ Read more

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Teachers Union Opposed State Pension Reforms, Now Doing Same

Retired employees call union's changes ‘disaster,’ ‘radical,’ ‘extreme’ Read more

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Licensing Laws are Destructive and Ineffective – But There Are Alternatives

There are ways to regulate without locking workers out Read more

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Hiring Substitute Teachers Burdens School Budgets

Teachers in these districts missed 13.7 to 16.4 days last year Read more

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A Tale Of Two Teachers' Pay: $96,000 vs. $50,000

In Detroit newspaper column both say pay is uncompetitive Read more

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90 Hours A Week, 52 Weeks A Year: Detroit Cop Claims 2,617 Overtime Hours 

Police tell CapCon it will investigate; six officers claimed 2,000+ overtime hours Read more

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