- MSU social scientist uncovers patterns of opioid misuse IPPSR Affiliate Kaston Anderson-Carpenter, psychology professor, has his research on misuse of prescription opioids among bisexual veterans outlined in a Legal News article.
- Unexpected Findings: Partisan Politics Actually Helps Congress Pass Bills, Study Says IPPSR Affiliate Zachary Neal, MSU associate professor of psychology, is quoted in an article about how research on how partisan politics positively affects passing legislation in Congress.
- How Detroit enforces its developer agreements and regulations, explained MPLP alum CRIO department director Charity Dean is quoted in an article explaining how the city’s Civil Rights, Inclusion and Opportunity Department enforces compliance with agreements for developers in Detroit.
- Whitmer budget puts focus on Great Lakes water levels, contaminated sites State Sen. Jeremy Moss, an alum of the Michigan Political Leadership Program (MPLP) at IPPSR, is quoted in a Detroit Free Press article talking about water contamination in his district.
- Michigan Bill aims to end 'prison gerrymandering' before 2020 census MPLP alum and state Sen. Sylvia Santana talks about a bill she introduced to end the practice of counting prisoners as residents of the district they are currently incarcerated in. She was interviewed by the Detroit Free Press.
- Whitmer wants to restore less than half of Pure Michigan aid State Rep. Mark Huizenga, an MPLP alum, is quoted on Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s budget proposal for Pure Michigan travel promotion funding.
- Wayne State University Unveils On-Campus Polling Location in Time for March Primary Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson joined Wayne State University in breaking down barriers to help students vote. She is an MPLP graduate.
- Can America Become a Multiparty System? IPPSR Director Matt Grossmann focuses on the potential rise of third parties in the United States on the podcast “Science of Politics” produced for the Niskanen Center.
- Michigan residents feel upbeat on economy, less so on Trump IPPSR’s State of the State Survey Director Charles Ballard is quoted in a MSU Today article about findings from the latest round of questions asking Michigan residents about their opinions on the economy and elected officials