- How Not-In-My-Backyard Politics Keeps Housing Costs High IPPSR Director and MSU Political Scientist Matt Grossmann discusses expensive housing and the effect on the American economy on the podcast “Science of Politics” with the Niskanen Center.
- Legislative Priorities Set By Grand Rapids Public Schools For 2019 Rep. Mark Huizenga, a Michigan Political Leadership Program (MPLP) alum, is part of the West Michigan delegation focusing on top issues for Grand Rapids Public Schools.
- Whitmer Nets GOP, Business Support For Tuition-Free Programs MPLP alum and state Sen. Ken Horn is quoted in article discussing the need to help those who have drifted away from the state’s education system.
- Michigan Officials Would Have to Disclose Their Financial Conflicts Under House Bills State Sen. Jeremy Moss and state Rep Graham Filler, both MPLP graduates, support legislation to increase financial transparency in government.
- Secretary Benson Looks to Improve Military Voting Rights Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, an MPLP graduate, proposed new efforts to recognize the service of military veterans in Michigan.
- Michigan House Democrats Guarantee 40% Cut On Your Car Insurance Bill State Rep. Donna Lasinski, an MPLP graduate, supports legislation that aims to lower insurance costs.
- "Its Democracy 101:" New Push for Financial Disclosure In Michigan Still Faces Roadblocks Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, MPLP alumni, puts her support behind financial disclosure legislation, but political roadblocks stand in the way.
- Republicans in House, Senate Pass Anti-Abortion Bills After Emotional Debate State Rep. Lori Stone, an MPLP alumni, is mentioned in an article outlining how anti-abortion legislation could weigh on womens‘ fertility.
- Whitmer Blasts GOP Auto Insurance Reforms, Says 'She's Done Playing Games' A Detroit Free Press article notes that state Sen. Sylvia Santana, an MPLP alumni, broke with the Democratic party in one Senate vote to support an auto insurance reform measure.