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Going Red or Blule in Michigan in 2020?

Predictions, projections and Election Madness in the latest State of the State Podcast.

Michigan’s New Budget: Who Gained and Who Lost?

Michael Breslin — October 20, 2020

Michigan's normal push-and-pull budget debate was more than a little bit different this year.

Remembering Gov. William Milliken

William Rustem — October 06, 2020

“It is my greatest hope that this administration will be known for its compassion, its idealism, its candor and its toughness in the pursuit of public ends.”

White House

Election, Economy, Leadership During Pandemic

What's the path to the White House? Will the popular vote match the Electoral College outcome? More about the November election, the economy and the path to the Michigan Political Leadership Program.

Representation of coronavirus under a microscope

CORONAUpdate (Week of September 11)

Samyuktha Iyer — September 17, 2020

Our latest news blog on IPPSR-associated developments as the world confronts the pandemic coronavirus.

Representation of coronavirus

CORONAUpdate (Week of September 4)

Samyuktha Iyer — September 08, 2020

Our latest news blog on IPPSR-associated developments as the world confronts the pandemic coronavirus.

Michigan School Reopening Decisions More Related to Partisan Politics than to COVID-19 Threat

New analyisis finds only found only limited relationship between COVID-19 severity and school re-opening decisions.

Representation of coronavirus under a microscope

CORONAUpdate (Week of August 21)

Samyuktha Iyer — August 26, 2020

Our latest news blog on IPPSR-associated developments as the world confronts the pandemic coronavirus.

Matt Grossmann, Charles Ballard, Russ White and Arnold Weinfeld

The State Rates: Governor Whitmer, President Trump and Our Personal Finances

How are Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and President Donald Trump performing their jobs? What's ahead for the economy? Find out in the latest edition of the State of the State Podcast.

CORUNAUpdate (Week of August 14)

IPPSR Staff — August 20, 2020

Our latest news blog on IPPSR-associated developments as the world confronts the pandemic coronavirus.

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