- Rebecca Campbell: defining a problem MSU professor of psychology and IPPSR Affiliate Rebecca Campbell’s research on the prevalence of untested rape kits and its implications for both the victims and society on an MSUToday Faculty Voice.
- How would a national recession affect Detroit? MSU professor of economics and IPPSR Affiliate Mark Skidmore is quoted in a Curbed Detroit article looking at how recession could impact Detroit’s economy.
- Want to get to work faster? You’ll have to drive Eric Freedman, professor of journalism at MSU and an IPPSR affiliate, writes an article exploring the status and future of public transit in Michigan.
- Raise the Age bills on their way to governor's desk State Sen. Sylvia Santana, an alumni of the Michigan Political Leadership Program (MPLP), sponsored bipartisan legislation to stop automatically treating 17-year-olds as adults in the criminal justice system. The legislation is now waiting for Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s signature.
- Nessel: "The Media is Not the Enemy of the People." MPLP alum and state Sen. Jeremy Moss spoke at the FOIA Festival at Wayne State University where he shared his reforms of Michigan’s FOIA statute.
- Michigan House unanimously approves sales tax fairness plan related to out-of-state online retailers MPLP alum and state Rep. Michael Webber sponsors a bipartisan legislation package to revise state sales taxes.
- How Bureaucrats Make Good Policy IPPSR Director Matt Grossmann focuses on how agencies play a role in policymaking on the “Science of Politics” podcast produced for the Niskanen Center.
- Budget Updates, Swing Districts, and the Democratic Primary. Jocelyn Benson is our guest. MPLP alum and Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson appeared on the Michigan Policast podcast discussing Michigan’s political landscape and state budget.
- Women in Sports Task Force Members Announced Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson announces 16 nationwide leaders to serve as advisors in the Michigan Task Force on Women in Sports. Benson is an MPLP alum.