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Revisit Spending Priorities

Lawmakers won't have as much revenue to spend this year

Lawmakers won't have as much revenue to spend this year

Get the Numbers Straight about School Finance

Complete picture, sound math debunk exaggerated talking points

Complete picture, sound math debunk exaggerated talking points

Schools, Families Need More Flexibility

Competing views on reopening schools call for more options

Competing views on reopening schools call for more options

How a Mid-Michigan Dam Failed

EGLE and Boyce Hydro actions appear to have compounded the May 2020 flood

EGLE and Boyce Hydro actions appear to have compounded the May 2020 flood

After Flood, Open Midland Area Restaurants

The governor should lift the ban to help flood victims and volunteers

The governor should lift the ban to help flood victims and volunteers

Liquor to Go: An Idea Whose Time is Now

It seems much of the state’s liquor code and rules are written for a protected class

It seems much of the state’s liquor code and rules are written for a protected class

Pets or People?

The governor’s perplexing executive orders

The governor’s perplexing executive orders

Michigan Cannot Enforce Its Own Barbering Laws

Illegal barbers are everywhere, but the state targets just one for fines and potential jail time

Illegal barbers are everywhere, but the state targets just one for fines and potential jail time

The Emergency Administration

Gov. Whitmer made wide use of emergency powers before COVID-19

Gov. Whitmer made wide use of emergency powers before coronavirus

COVID-19 and the Word 'All'

Both health and economic conditions make clear that we need to move to the next phase

Both health and economic conditions make clear that we need to move to the next phase

There is Waste in Michigan’s Budget

Not all of it can be cut immediately, but some can redirected to roads now

Not all of it can be cut immediately, but some can redirected to roads now