Bridge Magazine

  • Wobbly but upright, Obamacare still standing in Michigan

    As year six approaches, the health of the Affordable Care Act in Michigan is  stabilizing, with premiums expected to flatten…

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  • Michigan Legislature passes minimum wage, paid sick leave bills to avert ballot

    State lawmakers on Wednesday adopted two proposals ‒ to raise Michigan’s minimum wage and require employers to offer paid sick…

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  • Child care for this baby costs more than the University of Michigan

    Kathleen O’Reilly Farhat looks forward to the day she can pay for college for her two young sons. That will…

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  • Gretchen Whitmer officially taps Garlin Gilchrist II as running mate

    Gilchrist, 35, grew up on Detroit’s east side and is executive director of the University of Michigan’s Center for Social…

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  • John Conyers’ son rejected again in bid for U.S. Congress

    After being kicked off the August primary ballot and barred from running as a Democrat, John Conyers III filed a…

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  • Reporters question the gubernatorial candidates

    Michigan Gubernatorial Candidates on the Issues

    Gubernatorial candidates on the issues. We talked about a wide range of issues including taxes, the roads, water, Flint’s recovery,…

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  • Michigan Gubernatorial candidates 2018

    A Voter Guide to the Michigan Candidates for Governor

    The Detroit Journalism Cooperative invited all major party candidates to the Detroit Public Television studio for individual, hour-long interviews with…

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  • Where Michigan governor candidates stand on taxes, spending

    Fix the roads. Improve schools. Cut taxes. Slash college costs and provide help to those suffering from opiate addiction.

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  • Detroit regional mass transit plan dead for 2018

    Who’s…refusing to support allowing voters to decide on the $5 billion plan when they go to the polls in November?

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  • Poverty is Detroit’s biggest problem. Gentrification doesn’t come close.

    he basic revival trajectory is positive. It can continue. But that doesn’t mean cities can take it for granted.

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