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Concerned About a Michigan Teacher 'Shortage?' Make It Easier To Be A Teacher

Lawmakers considering reducing barriers to hire qualified teachers from other states

Proposed legislation in Lansing would make it easier for out-of-state teachers to find work in Michigan

Clearing Up the Record on Michigan Charter Schools

A Response to Misguided Claims in The New Yorker

The New Yorker gets it wrong on Michigan charter schools

Fanning the Flames

Feds may adopt problematic tobacco policies

Feds may adopt problematic tobacco policies

Farmington Seeks New Broadband Network

Company says no public funds will be used

Municipalities should be cautious about spending money on speculative new "investments"

“So We Sued Over This”

The ACLU’s Kim Buddin on how litigation changes policy

The ACLU’s Kim Buddin on How Litigation Changes Policy

Metrics for Michigan: Slow Rolling to Normal

Governor’s plan may mean restrictions last far longer than those in other states

Governor’s plan may mean restrictions last far longer than those in other states

Is ‘Vacc to Normal’ Back to Normal?

Gov. Whitmer has not indicated whether she’ll give up unilateral control

Gov. Whitmer has not indicated whether she’ll give up unilateral control

There’s a Reason Recycling Has to be Mandated

If there were markets for these products, they’d sell themselves

If there were markets for these products, they’d sell themselves

Stop Testing Teenagers

State’s own data shows miniscule spread among teen athletes

State’s own data shows miniscule spread among teen athletes

An Unconstitutional Local Tax Grab

How are local governments trying to tax people who neither live nor work in their limits?

How are local governments trying to tax people who neither live nor work in their limits?

Earth Day 2021

Our future is bright

Our future is bright