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The delayed distribution of federal and state funds is a detrimental, albeit unsurprising, consequence of partisan squabbling.
New SOSS county-level analyses show Trump and Whitmer approval ratings divided by race, education, income, and geography
IPPSR podcasters agree it's no time to drop our pandemic facemasks. They foresee a tough economic winter ahead and describe a new, and potentially fairer, way to draw voting districts.
Overcoming Michigan's Homework Gap: Innovation and Collaboration Can Build a Resilient K-12 Education System
Inequalities in broadband connectivity are a major obstacle in connecting our human capital -- especially our children -- to a successful future.
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.
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