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Michigan Capitol Confidential Staff Reports

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Michigan Capitol Confidential Election 2014 Coverage

Permits To Cut Your Own Trees? Fast-Moving Bill Says ‘Not Anymore’

Kumbaya? Senate D’s and R’s Unite For Aircraft Owner Tax Breaks

Bills Reduce Work Restrictions, Give Those With Criminal Records Another Chance

Bridge Magazine Calls 'Foul' On Michigan Capitol Confidential Article

Half Of Able-Bodied Michigan Medicaid Expansion Enrollees Don’t Work

Michigan Auto Insurance Reform Would Mandate Nation’s Richest Injury Coverage

Michigan's Top Cop Could Lose $161,903 In Double Dipping Benefits If Ousted

Wayne County 'Jail Fail' Site Moves Closer To Subsidized Redevelopment

Kentucky Becomes Nation’s 27th Right-to-Work State

Bluegrass State first of several likely to pass such legislation in 2017 … more

More Than 18,000 in Michigan Voted Without a Photo ID This Election

The (Optimistic) State of America 'After Leviathan'

The Free Enterprise Philosophy In a 12-Cell Matrix

The After Effects Of Michigan's Minimum Wage Increase

Politics Prevailed With Michigan's Minimum Wage Increase

Experts To Rebut Claims of Opponents Protesting Detroit Pension Reform Plan

Westland Dropping 'Gatekeeper' FOIA Fee, Lowering Costs for Public Documents

Your Favorites: Our Top 10 Stories of 2013

Legislators Missed More Than 1,000 Votes in 2013

Documentary: The Highland Park Transformation

Michigan Capitol Confidential Wins Statewide Awards

Calumet High School Ranks No. 1 For Schools Located In Towns

Jeffers High School: CAP Success Story

North Huron High School Ranked No. 1 Traditional School In Michigan

Thirkell Elementary: A Detroit Public School Success Story

MichiganVotes Describes 25,000th Bill

Michigan's Newest Legislative Members

Your Favorites: Our Top 10 Stories of 2012

Ballot Issues Explained

Making Sense of Michigan's Ballot Proposals

Study: Proposal 3 Would Result in Lost Jobs, Higher Costs