- Community Leaders Hold Town Hall on Issues Facing Trans Women of Color MPLP alum and State Sen. Jeremy Moss took part in a community town hall discussing hate crimes on trans women of color in Michigan.
- Michigan Leans on Long-Term Substitutes as its Schools Struggle MPLP alum and State Rep. Donna Lasinski is quoted in a Bridge Magazine article highlighting Michigan’s struggling schools and its reliance on substitute teachers.
- In some Michigan cities, nonprofits have filled gaps in city services. Is that a good thing? Sarah Reckhow, IPPSR affiliate and assistant professor of political science at Michigan State University, studies the role that non-profits and philanthropy groups play in cities embroiled with public sector crises.
- Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, Clerks Call for More Time to Count Absentee Ballots MPLP alum and Secretary of the State Jocelyn Benson calls for legislative action granting more time to count absentee ballots.
- Gov. Whitmer supports driver's licenses for undocumented immigrants MPLP alum and Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson supports Gov. Whitmer’s decision to grant driver’s licenses to undocumented immigrants.
- Third-grade students could fail due to new reading law The third-grade reading law, which is set to launch this school year, might be beneficial for young learners, says IPPSR Affiliate Joshua Cowen in a story posted online by WNEM TV5 in Saginaw.
- Will a Good Economy Save Trump? IPPSR Director Matt Grossmann focuses on the effect of economic success on presidential reelections on the podcast “Science of Politics” produced for the Niskanen Center.
- Michigan Matters: Detroit on the National Political Stage and the Restaurateurs IPPSR affiliate Susy Avery, former chair of the Michigan Republican Party and Co-Director of MSU’s Michigan Political Leadership Program, appeared on Michigan Matters to discuss the Detroit Democratic presidential candidate debates.
- Statewide PACs break fundraising records State Rep. Donna Lasinski’s political action committee is the top fundraiser among state-level Democrats in raising funds for the 2020 elections. She is an MPLP alum.