- Faculty Finds Solutions for Marginalized Communities IPPSR Affiliate Kaston Anderson-Carpenter, professor of psychology at Michigan State University, comments on his research that focuses on creating more inclusive and usable services for communities.
- LGBTQ Caucus Urges Expansion of Civil Rights Act Michigan Political Leadership Program alum and state Sen. Jeremy Moss is quoted in an article advocating for the expansion of the Elliot-Larsen Civil Rights Act.
- Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel Move to Shut Down Enbridge Line 5 Attorney General Dana Nessel filed a lawsuit to decommission Enbridge Line 5. In a statement, MPLP alum and State Sen. Wayne Schmidt suggests shutting down the pipeline will leave Michigan residents paying more at the pump.
- Senate Bill would Further Cap Campaign Finance Contribution Limits in Michigan MPLP Alum and state Rep. Sean McCann comments on legislation that aims to cap individual campaign spending.
- Heavy Rainfall Prompts State Federal Officials to Seek Relief for Michigan Farmers MPLP alum and state Rep. Mark Huizenga sponsors House Bill 4324 to extend $15 million in low-interest loans to Michigan farmers with damaged crops.
- U.S Supreme Court Rules on Gerrymandering, Halts Move to Redraw Michigan Political Boundaries by 2020 The U.S Supreme Court rejects cases seeking to redraw political boundaries. Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, MPLP alumni, is quoted in a Detroit Free Press article.
- Do Parties Favor White Male Candidates? IPPSR Director Matt Grossmann focuses on party discrimination against women and minority candidates on the podcast “Science of Politics” produced for the Niskanen Center.
- IPPSR State of the State Podcast: Politics, Tariffs and the Popular Vote Michigan communities affected by recent political news in tariff negotiations and a Supreme Court ruling on gerrymandering are discussed by IPPSR Interim Director Arnold Weinfeld, Economist Charles Ballard and Associate Professor of Political Science Corwin Schmidt with the State of the State Podcast.