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In Other Words (Week of October 15)

Our biweekly policy-related readings from divergent voices across Michigan.

On the Right:

From, Michigan’s Democratic gubernatorial candidate position on gun ownership.

From the Mackinac Center for Public Policy, a blog posting that Michigan’s state government can afford to cut taxes and pave its roads.

On the Left:

Progress Michigan cites a new study of climate change and calls for a continued battle to fight its detrimental effects

Up North finds strengthening efforts to defeat the Affordable Care Act, Medicare benefits, and an anti-gerrymandering ballot proposal.

Down the Middle:

CEDAM notes that special simulations of people working and living in poverty can lead to new understandings.

Michigan Future Inc. draws from survey data to show that in Detroit, Grand Rapids and Minneapolis, the higher the education, the higher the pay.