- Nearly Half Of Accused Harassers Can Return To Work IPPSR Affiliate Faculty member Michelle Kaminski, associate professor in Michigan State University’s Department of Human Resources and Labor Relations, finds in new research that almost half of accused harassers to return to work.
- Michigan considers more tax breaks for businesses; critics cry 'cronyism' State Sen. alumnus Ken Horn, a graduate of IPPSR’s Michigan Political Leadership Program (MPLP), is quoted in The Detroit News about his bill to create economic incentives for businesses.
- Robotics manufacturing shows Michigan’s automation leadership State Sen. Brian Elder, an MPLP graduate, is quoted in an article discussing the future of automation in Michigan.
- Drivers Could Renew Vehicle Registrations Every Two Years Under House Bill MPLP Alum and Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson backs a new Michigan House Bill that would allow drivers to renew vehicle registration every two years.
- Michigan Eyes Reform to Costly, Confusing System of Expunging Criminal Records State Rep. Graham Filler, another MPLP Fellow, is quoted in article discussing expungement eligibility,
- Michigan Lawmakers Want to Expand Tax Break Before It's Created a Single Job State Sen. Ken Horn, an MPLP alum, is quoted in article about expanding a jobs program.
- The Electoral Effect of Impeachment IPPSR Director Matt Grossmann focuses the risks that Democrats face in pursuing impeachment on the podcast “Science of Politics” produced for the Niskanen Center.
- Rising Star John James Swoops in to Save the Republican Party IPPSR Director Matt Grossmann is quoted in Hour Detroit magazine discussing businessman John James’ outlook in his second run for the U.S. Senate in 2020.
- A Look at Openly LGBTQ Winners Jason Hoskins, Mike McFall, Garnet Lewis MPLP Alum Jason Hoskins, elected to the Southfield City Council in this November’s local elections, outlines his political priorities as a new council member