Category Reports

by Craig Ruff and Barry Dehlin America and Michigan are on the move. We live in a nation and in a state increasingly dominated by suburbs. Commerce flocks to suburban ...
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by Robert Kleine, Senior Economist and Vice President This Advisor comments on the short-sightedness of current proposals to cut tax rates. Emboldened by projections of short-term budget surpluses, the legislature ...
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by Leslie A. Brogan, Senior Consultant “Distance learning” is here. This Advisor describes how the term is being used in  Michigan and the problems of evolution facing the government, education, ...
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by Kathleen E. Schafer, Director of Public Affairs The framers of the second Michigan Constitution, having the wisdom to know that the state's governmental needs would change over time, included ...
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A one-page summary of Michigan legislative activity and political news of significance to government operations, public policy, and voter attitudes. Published weekly during legislative sessions and intermittently during legislative recesses. ...
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by Robert J. Kleine,Vice President and Senior Economist & Laurie A. Cummings, Economist With the March 15 ballot election approaching, it is important to take a final look at the ...
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