Financial Disaster for School Districts Hasn’t Come

Number of districts in deficit stands at lowest in 15 years Read more


New Legislature Takes Another Swing at Criminal Justice Reform

Lawmakers recognize more work needs to be done Read more

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Michigan Teachers Union Suffers Important Court Defeat

State Court of Appeals says right-to-work law means what it says on compulsory union dues and fees Read more


Proposed Cyberschool Cut Doesn't Add Up

Equal funding should follow students to their choice school Read more

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Good News/Bad News On Michigan Teacher Pensions

Unfunded liabilities are up, but for a good reason: More realistic projections about investment growth Read more

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‘You’ve Paid Your Debt To Society — Now Pay $10,000’

State of Michigan charges offenders up to $135 per month for probation and parole Read more


Fuel Tax Funds Will Be Diverted 

Not all revenue raised by the new tax will be prioritized to roads Read more

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Sheriff's Wrist-Slap For Illegal Electioneering Irks Council Member

Deputies were sent to public meetings with ‘VOTE YES’ pro-tax hike messages Read more

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How Michigan Can Fix The Roads Without Tax Hikes

Redirect revenue growth and corporate subsidies to roads, eliminate optional grants and more Read more


Revenue Growth Makes Road Funding Easier

There's enough money to address fiscal priorities Read more

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