This column originally appeared in Michigan Advance on March 27, 2019 The Michigan League for Public Policy first began in 1912 as the Michigan Conference of Charities and Corrections. Led by [...]
This column originally appeared in The Alpena News on March 29, 2019. While our economy has started to rebound in many areas, Michigan still faces a big problem—we don’t currently have the [...]
Michigan depends on its skilled workers, and much has been written and said about the need to build up our state’s workforce. Yet year after year in the state budget, state policymakers neglect [...]
UPDATE: On Dec. 4, the bills gutting minimum wage and paid sick leave were passed by the House with some small changes, and then passed again by the Senate and sent to the governor for his [...]
On Sept. 7, Michigan joined 32 other states in “banning the box” for employment with the State of Michigan, as Governor Snyder signed a directive that would take questions about felony [...]
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