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State’s medical officer ties school openings to COVID vaccinations

Warning comes after CDC says vaccinations won’t prevent infections Read more

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Michigan tips scales in favor of electric cars

Incredible transition continues at dealerships, gas stations Read more

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Supreme Court: Nessel ‘cut corners’ in using one-man grand jury to secure Flint Water Crisis indictments

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Whitmer directs ‘whole of government’ to register Michiganders to vote

Reports on department efforts to register voters are due June 30 Read more

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ALICE report exaggerates extent of financial troubles among Michiganders

Whitmer-endorsed report claims 44% of Michigan children struggle to survive Read more

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Michigan school training video threatens teachers with harassment charges over pronouns

Teachers urged to disregard parents Read more

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When it comes to high gas prices, the pain is the point

The Biden administration is honest about its desire to move to green energy Read more

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Rochester school district under fire over transparency

Teachers union tried to interfere with FOIA responses Read more

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No evidence for education spending claims

More money for school bureaucracies does not lead to a more educated workforce Read more

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Legislature considers reining in emergency powers

Slate of House bills would impose time limits, transparency and legislative oversight Read more

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State to pay Mackinac Center $200K in attorney’s fees over emergency orders lawsuit

Governor’s office, AG’s office, department of health agree to split settlement evenly, while denying liability Read more

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Senate bill would ban ‘Zuckerbucks’ from Michigan elections

Outside funds for election clerks have been called a ‘corrupting influence’ Read more

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South Haven, home to short-term rentals for 100 years, has residents who want them gone

Tourism is a key industry for this West Michigan city Read more

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Holland government broadband proposal follows troubled history

Other cities have broadband projects short on customers and swimming in debt Read more

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Michigan has lost auto jobs since Whitmer took office

Whitmer touts addition of 25,000 auto jobs, but the net number is 1,600 jobs lost Read more

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Fund roads through fees on miles driven, not gallons of gas purchased

Mileage-based user fees finish first in new study Read more

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NIH’s implicit bias training commits the social sins it warns against

Jingoism, ableism, cultural appropriation tar the program’s aims Read more

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Michigan Has Low Gas Tax — Except When It Doesn’t

Advocate for increased spending on roads understates tax burden Michiganders bear for road construction Read more

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Rich Community Falls Short on School Budget

Birmingham district loses students, messes up revenue projections Read more

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Teacher Pension Fund’s Good Earnings Last Year Not Good Enough

Still $16 billion short of amount needed to meet pension promises to school employees Read more

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School District Delays, Partly Denies FOIA Request About Mayor’s Misconduct

Cites privacy concerns Read more

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Will Implicit Bias Training Improve Health Care in Michigan?

Medical lobby says training will save lives; activist nurse worries it will push away talent Read more

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Michigan Residents: Whitmer Did Not Fix The D@mn Roads

New poll shows governor’s credibility on this issue full of potholes Read more

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Michigan Teacher Shortage Turns 102 Years Old

Shouldn’t we have run out of teachers by now? Read more

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On the Menu In Detroit: A Heapin’ Helpin’ of Red Tape

City is among the nation’s worst in barriers for restaurant startups Read more

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