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These maps show how Michigan Republicans kept power despite blue wave
These maps show how Michigan Republicans kept power despite blue wave
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Democrats have complained for years that the GOP-designed legislative maps put them at a disadvantage before the first yard sign is planted or candidate is picked.

Philanthropist Steve Ballmer’s take on Detroit’s comeback and how he might help.
Philanthropist Steve Ballmer’s take on Detroit’s comeback and how he might help.
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The Ballmers, who control the 18th largest fortune in the country, chose to target intergenerational poverty…

Recreational Pot in Michigan — What Happens Next?
Recreational Pot in Michigan — What Happens Next?
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How will the new law be implemented and enforced?

Living with the Divide
Living with the Divide
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There wasn’t always such a clear dividing line between the two neighborhoods on either side of Alter Road.     The change happened slowly. White families began leaving Detroit neighborhoods, a process that accelerated after the 1967 riots. But it took further decades of flight and deterioration for this part of Detroit’s east side to look like it does today.

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