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Senate-Passed Bill Would Prescribe Restaurant Lockdown Metrics In Law

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Arrest Of Lockdown-Defying Restaurant Owner Violated Court Guidelines

An alphabet soup of agencies and departments was mobilized to put the owner of Marlena’s Bistro behind bars Read more

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How The Union Contract And Bogus Merit Pay Hurt Teacher Of The Year Finalist

She gets $48,809, which is less than the average teacher pay in the district Read more

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Experts Have Answers For Michigan’s COVID Spike, But Nothing Definite

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If Not Numbers, What Drives Whitmer’s COVID Policies?

The same caseloads that triggered November lockdowns get no response in April Read more

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Cities’ Clever And Prohibitive Fees Are Killing Michigan’s Open Records Law

Freedom of Information Act on life support as municipalities clamp down on access Read more

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How To Make A School District Appear Underfunded: Ignore Big Pieces Of Revenue

Michigan’s public school establishment and friends regularly do it Read more

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Four Years Running, Auditors Ding Benton Harbor Schools On Free Lunch Accounting

Federal government appears no more diligent enforcing its rules Read more

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Underfunded? Detroit, Benton Harbor, Flint Schools Got Far More Than State Average

The average district got $10,687 per student last year, but Flint got $26,916 Read more

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State’s Private Sector Workers Lost Income In 2020; Public Sector, Not So Much

That’s what an ongoing Michigan Capitol Confidential survey keeps finding Read more

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