On the Left
- Nestlé “We Own the Muskegon River” Waters Gets MDEQ Approval to Pump 400 Gallons of Ground Water Every Single Minute From Up North Progressive, Nestle’s controversial request to increase water pumping for resale approved by MDEQ.
- Medicaid Work Requirements: A Prescription For Problems From the Michigan League for Public Policy blog Factually Speaking, on proposed Medicaid work requirements.
- After Environmental Catastrophe Near-Miss With Enbridge's Line 5 Pipeline Under Lake Michigan, Gov. Snyder Issues Sternly Worded Press Release From Eclectablog, the state’s response to a solvent spill in the Straits of Mackinac and damages to Line 5.
On the Right
- Are Competition And Consumer Choice In Education Good Or Bad? From Michigan Capitol Confidential, school choice and competition across Michigan schools.
- Strong Link Between Cigarette Tax And Illegal Smuggling Rates From the Mackinac Center for Public Policy blog The MC, the connection between cigarette excise taxes and illegal cigarette shipments.
- Connecting Michiganders To Jobs In Today's Interconnected World From Governor Rick Snyder’s blog, developing talent to reflect future technology and demand.
Down the Middle
- The BA Wage Premium Keeps Growing From Michigan Future, earnings growth and stagnation between those with a bachelor’s degree and those without.
- Assessing Health Risks Is A Good Start. Now Let's Get Serious And Do Something About Them. From the Citizen’s Research Council, the costs of moving Healthy Michigan enrollees to the marketplace.
- MSU Professor: Disconnect Between The Board And The MSU Community Continues From Michigan Public Radio’s Stateside, the continued fallout from the Larry Nassar scandal.