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  • 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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  • AMERICAN BLACK JOURNAL, NABJ CONVENTION COMES TO DETROIT

    The event features newsmakers in politics, journalism, media, and film.

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  • Detroit offers program to help Detroiters eliminate responsibility fees ahead of schedule

    In Detroit alone, 76,000 residents owe an average of $1,600 in responsibility fees.

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  • A MorningSide View

    Detroit journalist and podcast producer Imani Mixon joined community activist Monique Tate on a drive around their neighborhood.

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  • Getting kids to class may be harder than some lawmakers think. A new study casts doubt on how big a role educators can play.

    ““We can’t keep sticking our heads in the sand and acting like it doesn’t matter.”

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  • To win back families, Detroit district plans a sweeping search for gifted students

    “…a proposed policy to “develop the special abilities of each student,”

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  • Detroit’s Little-Known Role in USA Women’s Gymnastics

    “I became successful because of a high-quality, low-cost gymnastics program.” — Wendy Hilliard

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  • Greektown district announced as first Green Light Corridor

    There are now 247 Project Green Light partners, ranging from gas stations, to restaurants, party stores, apartment buildings, car washes…

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  • Conventional wisdom on the battle between Detroit and Silicon Valley may have it wrong

    Two things: a record of profitability, bolstered by hard decisions…

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  • Raped and left on the road, she said #MeToo. Jurors said ‘No, not you.’

    For every A-list actress or Olympic gold medalist who has bravely come forward to say “Me, too,” there are many…

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