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PSC recognizes the power of good public policy and envisions a world where it is shaped by thoughtful discourse and rigorous research—transcending partisanship—for the benefit of all.

PSC recognizes the power of good public policy and envisions a world where it is shaped by thoughtful discourse and rigorous research—transcending partisanship—for the benefit of all.

Why vaccinating matters

Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine is rolling out to the public just as winter weather arrives. It’s an incredible advancement for public health, but it’s not the only shot on the scene — it’s time for yearly flu immunizations as well.

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Female-owned public policy and research firm finds ways for all voices to be heard (Detroit Free Press)

By Scott Talley of the Detroit Free Press A work environment where inclusion is a "priority" not a distant wish. This would describe Lansing-based Public Sector Consultants, a nonpartisan research and [...]

AARP: To guard Michigan seniors from coronavirus, avoid nursing homes (Bridge Magazine)

By Robin Erb of Bridge Magazine Shifting public funds from nursing homes to home- and community-based care services will do more than offer Michigan’s seniors independence. It may protect them [...]

Enbridge Line 5 shutdown prompts Michigan debate over risks vs. economic harm (Bridge Magazine)

By Kelly House of Bridge Magazine The Line 5 pipeline beneath the Straits of Mackinac is no longer transporting petroleum products, after a judge on Thursday ordered a temporary shutdown [...]

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