Tuesday, March 28, 2017


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Detroit Schools, Criminal Reforms

Meet the New Detroit School District: Fewer Students, More Expenses, a Deficit - Teachers will get a long-delayed pay raise July 1

Sweeping Criminal Justice Reforms for Michigan - After four years of debate, change has arrived


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Saturday, March 25, 2017


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Federal Money to Manage Moose

Better Managed Moose Get $203K From 'Critical' Great Lakes Funds

You, Too, Can Be a Certified Media Fact-Checker for Just $99


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Friday, March 24, 2017

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High Tax, Low Growth

Do High Tax States Grow Faster? - This Democratic state senator thinks they might

Great Lakes Restoration: $62K For 'Meaningful Watershed Educational Experience'

Ridesharing Gets Rolling in Michigan - State regulatory reforms lead to growth


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Thursday, March 23, 2017


Michigan Capitol Confidential

Windmills, Property Takings, Mohawk Money

Governor's Commission Rejects Voters' Judgment on More Windmills - Citizens voted down 25 percent 'green energy' mandate by huge margin; Snyder wants 30 percent

Justice Clarence Thomas Takes a Broadside at Civil Forfeiture

Union Behind Michigan 'Dues Skim' Facing More Corruption Allegations - SEIU Michigan has a history of problems

$581K in Great Lakes Restoration Money for Mohawk Tribe to Talk Fish, Tribal Beliefs

Good With His Hands, But Sidelined by Massage License Requirements - Study: 'You need a license for that' more about keeping competition down, prices up


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Wednesday, March 22, 2017


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Why Bad Teachers Get Good Raises

Superintendent: We Don't Have Money to Give Top Teachers Extra Pay - But 'ineffective' teacher gets raises

Union Behind Michigan's 'Dues Skim' Facing More Corruption Allegations - SEIU Healthcare Michigan has a history of problems


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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

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Losing Jobs, Infrastructure Spending

Good With His Hands, But Sidelined By Massage License Requirements - Study: 'You need a license for that' mostly about keeping competition down, prices up

Michigan Taxpayers Don't Need to Spend Another $4 Billion Annually on Infrastructure

Regulatory Reform: Make Michigan a Job and Income-Growth Leader - Re-evaluate state occupational licensing

$581K in Great Lakes Restoration Money for Mohawk Tribe to Talk Fish, Tribal Beliefs


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Saturday, March 18, 2017

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State Board Takes on School Mascots

Michigan Wants to Fine Schools for Indian Mascots, But Not for Violating State Laws - School contracts violate laws related to racial preferences, right-to-work and more

Give Michigan Drivers Relief From High Auto Insurance Premiums


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