- Suicide Rates Rise Across Michigan, With Few Answers Michigan Political Leadership Program alum and state Sen. Sylvia Santana is mentioned in a Bridge Magazine article highlighting her proposed bill to train teachers to look for suicide risks among students.
- Researchers at MSU Will Study How Self-Driving Vehicles Will Impact the Workforce IPPSR Affiliated Faculty Member and Department of Media Professor Shelia Cotten will begin research on automated vehicles and their challenges in the workforce and for drivers.
- Area has mostly recovered, but another recession could be coming IPPSR Affiliate and MSU Economics Professor Charles Ballard discusses the impact of the UAW strike on the Michigan economy.
- America's First LGBTQ Credit Union Superbia gets Approval in Michigan MPLP alum and state Sen. Jeremy Moss attends a signing that establishes Superbia as a legal entity expanding protections for the LGBTQ community.
- Michigan Schools Would Get More Money Per Student Under Budget Deal MPLP alums state Rep. Lori Stone and state Sen. Wayne Schmidt are asked in a Detroit Free Press article how a proposed state education budget would improve schools.
- Tariffs causing heartburn for Michigan retailers, consumers Economist Charles Ballard is quoted in Michigan Advance in a story highlighting how trade tariffs are hurting consumers in Michigan.
- The American Public's Growing Ideological Sophistication IPPSR Director Matt Grossmann asks whether voters are ideologically innocent any more on the podcast “Science of Politics” produced for the Niskanen Center.
- Michigan to get its first-ever election security specialist as 2020 vote nears MPLP alum and Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson announces hiring an elections security specialist for the coming 2020 presidential elections.
- State services that shutdown if Michigan does not reach a budget deal MPLP alum Sen. Wayne Schmidt talks with WLNS 6 News about the upcoming budget deadline and the prospects for a government shutdown if the deadline is missed.