Jeff Williams and MLive reporter Tim Martin talk about proposed changes to the education system in Michigan.

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One hundred days, 19 teams and one audacious vision

The Muskegon community is in the midst of a cultural renaissance Exactly one year ago, residents across the county came together to understand — and address — the root causes [...]

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The Power of 1 Percent

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Trial Court Funding Commission Final Report

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A Landscape Scan of Immigrant and Refugee-supporting Organizations in Southeast Michigan

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