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No State Education Board Majority To Take $47 Million Federal For Charters

The schools get the money anyway Read more

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Mismanagement, Incompetence Made Benton Harbor Schools A Financial Basket Case

Auditor’s notes blast leadership at a well-funded school district Read more

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Well-Funded Benton Harbor Schools Received 28% More Money Than State Average

District’s $13,098 per pupil in the top tier of school funding Read more

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Forfeiture Reform, Legal Pot Could Cost Wayne County’s Sting $500k+ Annually 

‘They don’t even care about the criminal charges,’ says defense attorney Read more

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Uber, Lyft May Be Reducing Michigan Drunk Driver Crashes

But activist site seems to criticize ridesharing services as competitors to taxpayer-funded transit Read more

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Anti-Tobacco Lobby Disappointed: No Tax Hike In New Vaping Law

Governor has ‘significant reservations’ over signing bill banning sales of vaping products to minors Read more

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Auto Insurance Reform's Biggest Winners: The Working Poor

Excessive insurance rates hurt struggling families most of all Read more

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Michigan Never Raised, Spent As Much On Transportation As This Year

And without a new tax hike Read more

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Detroit Schools The Nation’s Worst, Super Want Its Teacher Pay The Nation’s Best

Worst urban district for 10 years per Nation’s Report Card, but Detroit gives its own teacher high marks Read more

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2018 School Pension Underfunding Expense Enough To Fix The Roads

Decades of officials shortchanging pensions cost taxpayers $2.1 billion last year Read more

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