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State Regulators, Dam Owner, Set Conditions for Flooding in Mid-Michigan

The actions of state regulators and and the private owner of a dam, combined with heavy rains, led to extensive flooding in the Midland, Michigan, area.

Less Driving Means Fewer Gas Taxes

The state has dedicated certain tax collections for roads, but it will have less to spend as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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

Operation Haircut Misdemeanor Dropped Following Michigan Supreme Court Decision

In the wake of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's many executive orders, an event organizers called Operation Haircut took place on the Capitol lawn on May 20, 2020. During this protest, hairstylist Sarah Huff was cited and is now facing a misdemeanor.

Virtual Event: Environmental Climate Change, Contagion and Cataclysm

Can free markets still provide the energy we all need?

Join us May 27th at 11 am EDT / 8 am PDT, as we host three energy and environmental policy experts to discuss what energy could (and should) look like in a pandemic and flood-weary country.