28 October 2016
One early whistleblower in the water crisis was a doctor. Upcoming classes of medical students vows to continue the scrutiny, and pressure on the state to consider long-term solutions.
27 October 2016 • 20 comments
Michigan’s failure to pass a conflict-of-interest law allows legislators to cast votes even when they appear to have a financial interest.
27 October 2016 • 35 comments
What’s a conflict of interest, and what isn’t? You decide.
25 October 2016 • 10 comments
Demonic possession and lesbian farmers. Pickle jars and Tic Tacs. Bridge takes a walk of shame through the 2016 presidential campaign.
25 October 2016Some of the 63 candidates for school board want to carry on the fight against the state’s financial oversight. Others vow to work within the state’s restrictions. See our database on each candidate.
25 October 2016 • 8 comments
The writers argue that, far from expanding choice for Michigan residents, the energy package would consolidate control for the state’s largest utilities
23 October 2016 • 3 comments
Michigan faces huge funding decisions on roads and water infrastructure as well as energy policy. In a state dominated by Republican leadership, will Democratic gains in the House on Nov. 8 change the legislative calculus?