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The DJC Gubernatorial Interviews

This year, Michigan voters will be selecting a new governor, who will be facing important issues that will determine the health and vitality of the state for years to come. The first step in the electoral process is the state primary on August 7, when the standard bearer for both the Democratic and Republican parties will be determined.

The Detroit Journalism Cooperative invited all major party candidates to be interviewed.

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If the expansion continues, it could change the face of schools across the state, in cities like Detroit most of all.

Will Labor Dispute Indefinitely Delay Major Freeway Projects in Metro Detroit?
Will Labor Dispute Indefinitely Delay Major Freeway Projects in Metro Detroit?
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Crain’s Detroit Business senior reporter Chad Livengood talks about the situation on Detroit Today.

Detroit city council member’s “People’s Bills” tackle some of city’s inequities
Detroit city council member’s “People’s Bills” tackle some of city’s inequities
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One Detroit city council member is putting forth a slew of proposals she says will help correct some major inequities in the city.

Wobbly but upright, Obamacare still standing in Michigan
Wobbly but upright, Obamacare still standing in Michigan
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As year six approaches, the health of the Affordable Care Act in Michigan is  stabilizing, with premiums expected to flatten in 2019 after years of jarring spikes that sent enrollment numbers tumbling and consumers fleeing to cheaper plans. But fundamental questions about the ACA’s future in Michigan persist: Will enrollment grow again after falling by more than 50,000 over two

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