LANSING — A U.S. district judge’s ruling that work requirements for Medicaid recipients should not have been approved in Kentucky and Arkansas could lead to a similar ruling in Michigan, say [...]
The administration said pass-through business owners could reduce their state tax liability through a state tax credit claimed on their personal income tax returns that is worth 4.25 percent [...]
The solutions, however, are often politically difficult and expensive. The Michigan Association of United Ways recommends raising the child-care subsidy cap as one way to offer relief. In 2016, [...]
Whitmer’s budget proposes tripling the number of literacy coaches and, most importantly, provides the funding to do it. This is a huge step in the right direction, especially as part of a broader [...]
Birthing parents and babies do not have the best odds on their side in Detroit. The 2018 Kids Count in Michigan Data Book puts the city’s infant mortality rate at 13.5 per thousand, almost [...]
Michigan has been steering money in the School Aid Fund K-12 schools into higher education for almost a decade – and Governor Gretchen Whitmer says it’s time to stop. But she’s facing some [...]
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