Michigan

Legislative Response to George Floyd’s Killing and Recent Protests – Part 1

2020-06-12T11:48:28-04:00

Digital illustration by Alana Burman by: Ryan J. Stevens The killing of George Floyd on May 25 has sparked weeks of protests across the country, with many calling for various reforms, particularly with police.  Calls for reform from the public have not fallen on deaf ears, as there have been many legislative proposals offered at [...]

Legislative Response to George Floyd’s Killing and Recent Protests – Part 12020-06-12T11:48:28-04:00

A Look at States Grappling with Budget Shortfalls in the Face of COVID-19

2020-06-05T10:39:24-04:00

Digital Illustration by Alana Burman by: Ryan J. Stevens As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact all facets of everyday life, state budgets are no different.  With businesses closing and states implementing stay at home orders over the last few months, tax revenues have been dwindling for states.  With more individuals applying for unemployment compensation, [...]

A Look at States Grappling with Budget Shortfalls in the Face of COVID-192020-06-05T10:39:24-04:00

August 7 Gubernatorial Primaries

2018-08-08T13:00:57-04:00

August 7 saw primary elections in 4 states and a very tight special election in Ohio. Voters in Michigan and Kansas chose their parties’ nominees for governor, and Missourians picked their choices for what will be one of the most closely watched Senate races this fall. Michigan With Republican Governor Rick Snyder retiring, Michigan’s top [...]

August 7 Gubernatorial Primaries2018-08-08T13:00:57-04:00
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