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A $4.6 Billion Transit Millage Is a Tax Too Far for Detroit

Time to question the benefits of the Regional Transit Authority

Time to question the benefits of the Regional Transit Authority 

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June 24, 2016 MichiganVotes Weekly Roll Call Report

Noteworthy proposals to amend the state constitution

Noteworthy proposals to amend the state constitution

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Snyder’s Veto of Aftermarket Auto Parts Bill a Win for Consumers

MLive covers defeat of anti-competition bill

MLive covers defeat of anti-competition bill

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MSU Scholar Ignores School Revenue Sources

Says revenue has been cut

Says revenue has been cut

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More School Spending is Still Unlikely to Boost Achievement

A response to a critique of ‘School Spending and Student Achievement in Michigan: What’s the Relationship’

A response to a critique of ‘School Spending and Student Achievement in Michigan: What’s the Relationship’

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Clarifying Detroit Schools Release Time Policy

Judge Rhodes points out oversight in op-ed

Judge Rhodes points out oversight in op-ed

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Tackle Licensing for Good Policy in Michigan

New York Times covers fight to allow people to work

New York Times covers fight to allow people to work

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Gov. Snyder Vetoes Bill Limiting Consumer Auto Parts Choices

HB 4344 would have increased red tape for consumers and businesses

HB 4344 would have increased red tape for consumers and businesses

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State Government Up to Its Eyeballs in Pension Debt

Unfunded pension liabilities dwarf state’s other borrowing

Unfunded pension liabilities dwarf state’s other borrowing

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June 17, 2016 MichiganVotes Weekly Roll Call Report

Votes from the last week of the spring legislative session

Votes from the last week of the spring legislative session

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