Our weekly roundup of policy-relevant reads and IPPSR-connected research.
- In Richmond, High Number Of Homicides Go Unsolved IPPSR Affiliate David Carter talks homicide investigation practices in Richmond, Virginia.
- Few Democratic Voters Back Syria Bombings. So Why Do So Many Democrats In Congress? IPPSR Director Matt Grossmann discusses foreign policy preferences in the Democratic Party.
- Our Freshwater Lakes Are Getting Saltier MSU social scientists find road salt is getting into freshwater lakes in a recent study.
- Michigan's Role In The Rise Of The Middle Class IPPSR Affiliate Charles Ballard discusses the Michigan middle class.
- MSU Today 360 Perspective: Get Creative IPPSR Affiliate Karl Gude discusses encouraging creativity among students.
- Balancing Act Of Education IPPSR Affiliate Scott Imberman comments on year-round schooling policies.
- Michigan Income Tax Cut Still In The Works MPLP alumni and House Democratic Leader Sam Singh comments on continued efforts to cut the Michigan income tax.
- Snyder Signs Laws Modernizing Criminal Justice System MPLP alumnus and state Sens. Margaret O’Brien, Kenneth Horn and Peter MacGregor sponsor criminal justice bills recently signed into law.
- Guest Commentary By Sen. Wayne Schmidt: Our Infrastructure Must Be Improved MPLP alumni and state Sen. Wayne Schmidt pens article on infrastructure needs.