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In Other Words (Week of November 27)

Abbey Frazier — December 01, 2017

On the Left

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Robert Swanson addresses attendees about Michigan's efforts to curb vaccination rates.

Michigan's Delicate Path Toward Improving Immunization Rates

Simon Schuster — November 28, 2017

Robert Swanson addresses attendees about Michigan's efforts to curb vaccination waivers.Michigan has seen a decline in the number of parents choosing not to vaccinate their...

Independent Streams (Week of November 20)

Abbey Frazier — November 24, 2017

Problems

What Else Could Go Into Amazon's Headquarters Decision?

Mary Fredendall — November 09, 2017

The Process

The corporate site selection process is highly complex and customizable, yet several factors dominate every decision as examined here through examining the process as a whole and specifically though evaluating Amazon as a case study as it evaluates sites for...

Michigan's Policy Insiders Take Softer Stance On Immigration Than U.S. Public

Emily Krupp and Simon Schuster — November 02, 2017

There have always been differences in the opinions Americans and those work in and around government view certain policies. But for a wedge issue like immigration, Michigan policy insiders' views are strikingly different from the public's.

In both polls, immigration policy preferences...

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State of the State Podcast: Tax Cuts, Detroit's Bid for Amazon and a Part-Time Legislature

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Your Chances at Success in Michigan Depend On Where You're Born

Silas Olson — October 24, 2017

Not all childhoods in Michigan are created equal. A child who grows up in Genesee County will be $5,100 behind the national average income by age 20. Just to the south, in Oakland County, 20-year-olds will be making nearly $5,000 more on average.

It’s a stark contrast, but elsewhere the...

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