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Detroit Public School System Flush With Cash

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Whitmer Says She’s Working To Cut Costs For Families, But Won’t Sign Tax Cut That Does It

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City Lifts Psychic Ban Without Thinking of Future

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Mayor Has Police Remove Woman From Public Meeting For Criticizing Him

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State Teacher Of The Year’s Classroom Walls Busy With Leftist Activism

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Key Senate Committee Proposes School Spending 27% Above 2016

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Michigan Schools DEI Director Wants Affinity Spaces With No White People Allowed

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Ann Arbor Police Use Big Overtime Totals To Boost Big Pensions

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Hospitals Collect More Fed Drug Purchase Subsidies, Intended Beneficiaries Don’t Get More Care

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Whitmer’s Pandemic Recovery Boasts Not Supported By Real Employment Numbers

Her lockdowns shuttered twice as many businesses as the median figure for all states Read more

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Michigan Civil Rights Department: Concept Of Race Means White ‘Dominance Over non-White People’

Civil rights officials nod at claim that U.S. schools and colleges view Blacks as disposable Read more

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A Mental Health Therapeutic State Advancing In Michigan’s Public Schools

Government response to mediocre reading, writing and arithmetic results is to expand the mission Read more

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In 2022, School’s Usual Lesson On McCarthyite Political Persecution Causes A Tizzy

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