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While Whitmer Touts Job Gains, Michigan Has Yet To Recover From COVID Shutdown

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Will Detroit Schools Ever Unmask?

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At-Risk Funding Favors Poorer Communities

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Electric Vehicle Subsidy Would Provide Relief For The Rich

Bills aim to let Michigan taxpayers help wealthy drivers get into expensive electric cars Read more

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Good Teacher Not Rewarded By Contract She Helped Negotiate

This year’s winner worked against compensating instructors based on job performance Read more

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Schools Get Rich In Poor Neighborhoods

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The New Republic Says Unions Are Making a Comeback

But the ancient magazine of political insiders gives no evidence, and Michigan numbers indicate the opposite Read more

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Traverse City Public Broadband System Has Way Fewer Customers, Money Than Predicted

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‘Economic Development’ Week Skips the ‘Development’ Part

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TV News Crisis: Schools Get More Money and Teachers, But Fewer Kids

Whitmer seeks lavish bonuses to solve phantom staff shortage Read more

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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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David Jaye Gets the DROP On City Retirement-Padding Schemes

Former state senator takes a lick at triple dippers Read more

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Michigan Hair Shampooers Must Get A Cosmetology License That Requires 1,500 Hours of Training

But an EMT who helps critical-care patients needs only 194 hours to get a state license Read more

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City Lifts Psychic Ban Without Thinking of Future

State law prohibits Petoskey from licensing fortunetellers Read more

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Mayor Has Police Remove Woman From Public Meeting For Criticizing Him

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Lansing Bus System: Free Rides To Vote On New School Levy

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

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Whitmer’s Support Of Nuclear Power Shows How Renewable Energy Has Fallen Short

Asking feds to help keep Palisades nuclear plant’s reactor in service Read more

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Lucky 8-Ball Says: Signs Point To Legal Trouble for Local Bans Of Fortune Tellers

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Policies In Flux: One Couple’s Tumult With Short Term Rental Restrictions

First there was no ban on their summer rental plan, and then there was Read more

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

Ingham County district risks a civil rights case, say attorneys who examined issue Read more

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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

Studies’ evidence suggest federal program is mostly padding hospitals’ bottom lines 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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