How The Fed Can Maintain Its Independence IPPSR Affiliate Lisa Cook discusses the future of the Federal Reserve System’s independence.
$94 Million Millage Proposal May Be A Tough Sell IPPSR Affiliate Josh Cowen comments on school of choice and school competitiveness.
Michigan Expert Urges Continued Education Advocacy Following DeVos Confirmation IPPSR Affiliate Sarah Reckhow discusses the impact on education policy after DeVos confirmation.
The Glass Is Half Full At Most When It Comes To Detroit's Recovery, Say Professors IPPSR Affiliate Laura Reese co-authors article on the state of Detroit’s recovery.
- Bill Could Reduce Income Tax, Eliminate It IPPSR Affiliate Charles Ballard, director of IPPSR’s State of the State Survey, contributes to discussions on the proposed income tax repeal.
- What If The Internet Stopped For A Day? IPPSR Affiliate William Dutton is quoted on internet access.
- MSU Forum Highlights Challenges And Opportunities In Developing Autonomous And Connected Vehicles For Our Future Mobility Autonomous vehicle technology –issues and policies connected to the drive for new forms of mobility was fueled at IPPSR’s Public Policy Forum last week.
Detroit School Closure Plan Draws Objections Rep. Sylvia Santana, an alumni of IPPSR’s Michigan Political Leadership Program (MPLP), spoke out on the need for impact studies prior to school closings.
Dogs On Restaurant Patios? Bill To Allow It In Michigan Is Back Rep. Margaret O’Brien, an MPLP alumni, sponsors bill allowing dogs on outdoor patios.
Deadly 2013 Crash May Change Michigan Vehicle Code To Help Families Seeking Justice State Sen. Wayne Schmidt, an MPLP alumni, reintroduces bill to change Michigan vehicle code.