Archive for Tag Archives: ' Michigan'
By Conor Dugan I recently had the pleasure of attending a performance of the musical “Annie Jr.” at my daughter’s school. It is a happy memory that will stay with me forever. I am not so [...]
By Natalie Burg I was pretty proud of myself upon landing my first grownup-person job several years ago. It came with such new-to-me perks as a salary, health insurance and this mind-boggling thing where you don’t [...]
By Eric Lupher/Citizens Research Council Those of us who have been around for a while remember the opening of each “M*A*S*H” episode, with the doctors and nurses rushing to the incoming helicopters to retrieve and assess [...]
It’s that time of year again when you see folks wandering around in the woods or in fields, or even parked haphazardly along the road, staring up at the sky. Serious birders know that Michigan is a treasure [...]
Billions of gallons of raw and partially treated sewage are still fouling the state’s rivers, lakes and streams, despite years of work by state and local officials and voter approval in 2002 of $1 billion in [...]
By Tom Ivacko/Center for Local, State and Urban Policy Government of the people? For the people? By the people? Unfortunately, not many of the people appear to be for the government at this point. The percentage [...]