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Legislator Calls For Funding All College Students Equally

State university lobbyists say we’ve never done it that way; call for more money instead Read more

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Work-From-Home Challenges City Income Tax Reach

Stay-at-home orders meant fewer workers commuting into cities that tax income Read more

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No Rush For Government-Owned Traverse City Internet

Out of 3,200 potential customers, only 12 signed up in February Read more

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University of Michigan Works To Conceal Records It Must Disclose Under Law

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State Experts Have A New Plan — It Includes Lockdowns

State plan deviates from official Centers for Disease Control recommendations Read more

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Lawsuit: U-M Defies Open Records Law To Hide Pay Rates

University also defies series of Michigan court precedents favoring openness Read more

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She Fled Communism For Freedom, Now Faces Jail For Not Closing Restaurant

Polish immigrant takes a stand Read more

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Open-Records Law Reveals: Cops Take Cars From Little Guys; School Pay Tricks; Much More

Government likes secrecy and Michigan officials get more clever at ducking records requests Read more

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State Agencies And Local Governments Get Creative Dodging Open Records Requests

‘Freedom Of Information' law? ... Make Sure You Bring A Lawyer And Checkbook Read more

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Farmington Hills Mayor Pushes Government Broadband Effort

Says it’s needed to attract young families Read more

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