Will the Chaos Ever End?

Traditional Party Voices Receding Amid Political Shake-Up The last five years have realigned the political parties in significant ways. Today’s GOP is more tuned into the working class, entrepreneurs, small business, and patriotic populists. Democrats are reflective of the societal …

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Not a Time to Rest

Business Looking To Restore Michigan’s Economic Leadership By John Gallagher Having weathered the two-year pandemic, Michigan’s business and policy leaders are looking to the task ahead: Enhancing Michigan’s position of economic leadership in a newly competitive world. Among those are …

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Long On America

Harold Ford Jr. Optimistic on Democracy Despite Country’s Polarization By James Martinez During his decade in Congress, Harold Ford Jr. earned a reputation for working across the political aisle to find common ground. He served as a member of the …

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Kitchen-Table Priorities

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer Eyeing a Second Term It has been over five years since then-candidate Gretchen Whitmer filed to run to succeed then-Governor Rick Snyder in January 2017. After a successful 22-month campaign that largely revolved around the mantra “fix …

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Mission Critical

Pandemic Highlights Need to Increase Gender Diversity By James Martinez As many as 1 in 4 corporate women say they are considering downshifting their careers or leaving the workforce altogether in surveys by Deloitte and McKinsey. In Michigan, roughly 136,000 …

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