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English as Official Language, More Road Repair Money, a Foster Care Alternative

February 23, 2018 MichiganVotes weekly roll call report

February 23, 2018 MichiganVotes weekly roll call report more

Detroit Schools Will Sell to a Prison, But Not a Charter School

Moves criticized by parents and community members

Moves criticized by parents and community members more

State’s MBDP Job Creation Claims an Inconvenient Fiction

Just because government says its effective doesn’t mean it is

Just because government says its effective doesn’t mean it is more

Education Budget Should Back Parents' Priorities

Snyder's proposal undercuts cyber school, shared time options

Snyder's proposal undercuts cyber school, shared time options more

Michigan Is Not a Windy State

The true cost of wind in Michigan is beginning to become clear

The true cost of wind in Michigan is beginning to become clear more

One Tax Cut and One Increased; an Unfair Levy Repealed; Stronger Pepper Spray

February 16, 2018 MichiganVotes weekly roll call report

February 16, 2018 MichiganVotes weekly roll call report more

Michigan’s Long 'Bad Driver Tax' Nightmare Will Finally End

A revenue-grab from the state's lost decade left a trail of social costs and broken lives

A revenue-grab from Michigan’s lost decade left a trail of social costs and broken lives more

Meet Some Law Enforcement Officers Who Support Forfeiture Reform

Michigan Legislature should strengthen property rights

Michigan Legislature should strengthen property rights more

The Power of Philanthropy

By the Numbers: Licensing

Finding the Courage to Learn

Engaging the Future Capitol Leaders

The (Un)Virtuous Cycle

Criminal Justice Reform = Workforce Development = Job Creation

Criminal Justice Reform = Workforce Development = Job Creation more

IMPACT January/February 2018

Michigan May Surpass 2000 Employment Levels Soon

An important milestone of recovery for the Great Lakes State

An important milestone of recovery for the Great Lakes State more

Airbnb Ban the Latest in Detroit’s Short-sighted Thinking

City council makes it harder to earn a living and visit a city desperate for population growth

City council makes it harder to earn a living and visit a city desperate for population growth more

Lawyers 'Double Dipping' on Asbestos, Traffic Stop Etiquette, Impaired EMTs

February 9, 2018 MichiganVotes weekly roll call report

February 9, 2018 MichiganVotes weekly roll call report more

Crime Shouldn’t Pay, but Requiring Reimbursement May Not Pay Off

Harsher penalties are not as effective at deterring crime as increasing the risk of getting caught

Harsher penalties are not as effective at deterring crime as increasing the risk of getting caught more