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Numbers Are In: Fossil Fuels Kept Furnaces Running During Polar Vortex

Wind production fell 79 percent over three coldest days Read more

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Michigan School Funding ‘Dead Last’? Watch That Methodology

Third in a series of how claims about public school revenue claims are often misleading Read more

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No Surprise: Public Spending Lower After Deep ‘One-State Recession’

However, overall state spending has increased nine consecutive years Read more

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One Source Of School Finance Confusion: ‘Equity In School Funding’

Second in a series of how claims about public school revenue claims are often misleading Read more

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Warning: Michigan School Finance Is Complicated

It’s also confusing, and spending interests often don’t tell the whole story Read more

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Drivers Will Pay More At Pump If Oil, Gas Pipeline Shut Down

Estimates vary on the effects of closing Mackinac Straits pipeline Read more

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Will Your Furnace Turn On When Utilities Abandon Gas And Coal?

Polar vortex exposes risk with all-renewables approach to energy Read more

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Having Won Once, Reformers Want Even-Year Grand Rapids Elections

One official says their lower turnout makes odd-year elections look like suppression Read more

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Diversity Programs Big Business at U-M

University pays $11 million to 93 diversity program administrators Read more

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Official's School Funding Complaints Cite Study Missing Billions

MSU study ends before last four years of school aid increases Read more

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