- Michigan Short of Substitute Teachers, New Research Finds IPPSR Director Matt Grossmann, Associate Director Arnold Weinfeld, Director of the State of the State Survey Charles Ballard and Nathan Burroughs discuss the substitute teacher shortage on a podcast with WKAR radio.
- Marriage could be good for your health – unless you're bisexual MSU Sociology Professor Hui Liu, an IPPSR Affiliate Faculty member, discusses her research study evaluating the advantages of marriage across heterosexual, bisexual, and gay or lesbian adults
- East Penn’s ‘school within a school’ program in limbo; directors question possibly segregating students MSU Economist Charles Ballard, director of IPPSR’s State of the State Survey, discusses the possible consequences of project-based learning in schools.
- Lawsuit Opposes Signature Check of Absentee Ballots in Battleground Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, a Michigan Political Leadership Program alumni, is named as a defendant in a lawsuit on a law that requires the rejection of an absentee ballot if the voter’s signature does not match what is one file.
- Beyond Term Limits: 5 'Good Government' Ideas Eyed by Michigan Reformers State Sen. Jeremy Moss, an MPLP alum, is quoted in a Bridge Magazine article discussing his position on sponsoring the public records legislation.
- Bipartisan Package of Bills Tackles School Bus Safety State Rep. Tyrone Carter, an MPLP alum, sponsors legislation to make sure school buses are more secure for children’s safety.
- How Trump Politicized Refugees IPPSR Director Matt Grossmann focuses on immigration and Trump’s influence on the podcast “Science of Politics” produced for the Niskanen Center.
- Application for Michigan Redistricting Panel Now Available Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, an MPLP alumni, announced applications are available for those interested in a position on the commission that decides congressional and legislative districts in Michigan.