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  • Immigrants Might Save Michigan From Losing Another Congressional Seat

    Michigan’s influence in Washington is already waning. The 2020 census could lead to even less representation.

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  • Macomb and Wayne County Executives Face Off Over Transit Impasse

    “We’re not going to support putting it on the ballot,” says Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel.

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  • Detroit Superintendent Vitti: Schools Will Be Stable in Five Years

    How has the first year gone for Vitti and the kids of Detroit’s public schools?

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  • The Stigma of Transit: “We Have to Make Buses Sexy”

    Our roads are too wide, our cars are too linked to status, says the mayor who revolutionized transit in his…

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  • Four Things You Should Know About Prevailing Wage in Michigan

    There’s an effort afoot to repeal Michigan’s prevailing wage law this year.

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  • Some Detroiters Can Swap Their Homes for Houses in the Land Bank

    “Ostensibly those are reasonable requirements but it’s just complicated,”

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  • Former Juvenile Lifer From Detroit Discusses the Horrors of 43 Years in Prison

    Young people are prey in prison, says David Wilson. “When you go in as young as you are, they treat…

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  • BBC Series To Explore Detroit Through Its Literary Scene

    “Who better to…untangle what’s going on in the city now than the people who live here and write here?”

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  • City of Detroit Reaches Out to Residential Contractors

    As the number of building permits rise, skilled workers are needed for rehab programs.

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  • Warren Evans Advocates for Transit: “It’s My Obligation as a Leader” [TRANSCRIPT]

    This will never be a consensus issue. Some people will vote for it and some people will vote against it.

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