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In the ‘Birthplace of Organized Labor,’ Union Membership Plummets 

Since Michigan's right-to-work law was adopted organized labor struggles to retain dues-paying members Read more

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Second Wave Agony: Maybe The State’s Epidemic Policy Is To Blame, Not Its People

Officials scold the public, but a growing chorus of scientists say it’s politicians who are blowing it Read more

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Whitmer's Back-and-Forth on Football Raises Questions On The 'Science' She Cites

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Underfunded? Detroit Is State's 15th Best Funded Larger School District

Gets less from some sources and more from others Read more

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Five School Options For Parents And Children This Fall

But nothing is certain Read more

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Costly Drugs For Rare Diseases A Moral Dilemma For Society

A life-and-death issue for some Read more

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Without Context, Water Use Claims Are Misleading (Million? Billion? Trillions?)

Water use debate often occurs in an information vacuum Read more

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Corporate Subsidy Formula: Big Promises In Headlines, Failures Invisible

Take those job promises with a grain of salt Read more

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Michigan Teacher Pay Scales: Top Out Fast, Then Go Nowhere

That’s the union contract most teachers accept when they enter the profession Read more

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No Such Thing As An Average Teacher Salary In Michigan

One teacher saw a $19,166 increase over three years; another, $435 over seven Read more

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