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  • Detroit’s Rashida Tlaib Becomes A National Name — Was It The Right Introduction?

    n Detroit Today, Stephen Henderson explores who Tlaib is, compared to what most of America is seeing or thinking about

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  • Gerrymandering is dying in Michigan. Of old age. No joke.

    -The most heavily Republican parts of the state are declining in population or stagnant and those growing the fastest lean…

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  • New Whitmer executive order provides LGBTQ protections in state government, services

    The order extends non-discrimination protections to LGBTQ state employees.

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  • Fear and Loathing in Corktown: Detroit’s Oldest Surviving Neighborhood Deals with Change

    Detroit Free Press columnist John Carlisle joins Detroit Today to talk about his recent series of profiles on Corktown residents.

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  • School grades, toxic waste and dark money: Your Michigan lame duck roundup

    Michigan’s lame-duck Legislature continued its frenetic pace Tuesday, passing bills to…

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  • Flint, MDEQ reach voluntary agreement on city’s water system

    The city of Flint has reached a deal with the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality

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  • Here’s what the state House passed while you slept

    Members of the Michigan House were busy quickly passing bills in its lame-duck session until 3:30 am Thursday morning.

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  • Detroit enlists volunteer tutors before third-grade reading law takes effect

    We need your help,” Superintendent Nikolai Vitti said

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  • Michigan Cities Face Eviction Crisis — Here Are Some Solutions

    There are efforts afoot in cities such as Cleveland to address chronic housing insecurity.

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  • Philanthropist Steve Ballmer’s take on Detroit’s comeback and how he might help.

    The Ballmers, who control the 18th largest fortune in the country, chose to target intergenerational poverty…

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