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Enforcing Janus Rights for Public Workers

U.S Supreme Court decision no longer makes union fees a condition of employment

U.S Supreme Court decision no longer makes union fees a condition of employment more

Later High School Start Times Should Stay Local Decision

Change by Berkley district cites academic benefit

Change by Berkley district cites academic benefit more

No One Will Win The Tariff Game

Michigan to lose 91,000 jobs from Chinese retaliation alone

Michigan to lose 91,000 jobs from Chinese retaliation alone more

A Plea for Skepticism about the MEDC: An Open Letter

Lawmakers should take a closer look at economic development programs

Lawmakers should take a closer look at economic development programs more

Michigan’s Trial Courts Have a Major Funding Problem

The statutory scheme that keeps them running is set to expire in 2020 – and there’s no back up plan in place yet

The statutory scheme that keeps them running is set to expire in 2020 – and there’s no back up plan in place yet more

Election Night: More Corporate Handouts or More Personal Income Tax Cuts?

As expected, both candidates have different plans for economic growth

As expected, both candidates have different plans for economic growth more

Mail-in Elections, More Corporate Subsidies, Training Tax Assessors And More

Interesting or noteworthy bill introductions

Interesting or noteworthy bill introductions more

A Flip Of A Switch

Not all energy is there when you need it

Not all energy is there when you need it more

MDE Overreach a Serious Concern

New rules attack cyber school option for families

New rules attack cyber school option for families more

Why Taxpayers Are Shelling Out More Money for Worse Service

In some places, cities pay two or three times the base salary for one person

In some places, cities pay two or three times the base salary for one person more

Three Important Criminal Justice Reform Opportunities for 2018

With fewer than 20 days left in the legislative session, that’s plenty of time to pass good reform

With fewer than 20 days left in the legislative session, that’s plenty of time to pass good reform more

Declawing Cats, Debarking Dogs, Strategic Plans and More

Interesting or noteworthy bill introductions

Interesting or noteworthy bill introductions more

Can Technology Help Predict Crime and Flight Risk?

More courts use actuarial tools to assess risks offenders pose to society

More courts use actuarial tools to assess risks offenders pose to society more

Michigan Catching Up On State Employee Pension Debt

Progress is being made, but another $7.5 billion is still needed

Progress is being made, but another $7.5 billion is still needed more

Climate Lawsuits Expose Contradictory Government Policies

City reverses original claim on climate-related damages

Climate Lawsuits Expose Contradictory Government Policies more

New Bills on Guns, Garbage, Farm Weddings and More

Michigan Votes looks at some recently introduced bills

Michigan Votes looks at some recently introduced bills more

New Evidence Suggests Harsher Sentences Don’t Always Deter More Crime

MCPP Scholar releases new research supporting “smart on crime” approach

MCPP Scholar releases new research supporting “smart on crime” approach more

A Lesson in Endpoint Bias

Is the state budget growing faster than inflation?

Is the state budget growing faster than inflation? more