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Editorial: Lawmakers should say no to 'yes means yes'

Editorial: Lawmakers should say no to ‘yes means yes’"Yes means yes" standards for Michigan sex ed courses are under debate in Legislature
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Editorial: Court right to clarify presidential powers

Editorial: Court: President gets to be presidentCourt noted that the travel ban was carefully deliberated by the Trump administration, which determined it was necessary to protect Americans
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Editorial: Don’t dis charters for political gain

Editorial: Don’t dis charters for political gainPro-choice does not extend to education for the Democratic candidates
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Editorial: Trump should stay off Howe bridge

Editorial: Trump should stay off Howe BridgeMorouns are appealing to President Trump to block construction of Gordie Howe International Bridge across the Detroit River. He shouldn't.
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Editorial: ‘Launch’ lasting school reform in Michigan

Editorial: ‘Launch’ lasting school reform in MichiganA new coalition has come together with one mission: leading a long-term effort to improve Michigan’s schools
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Editorial: Lawmakers, governor step up for Michigan schools

Editorial: Michigan lawmakers, governor step up for schoolsLawmakers are proving they value Michigan’s education system by directing a record amount of money to our K-12 schools
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Detroit must gear up for Ford's Corktown boom

Editorial: Ford plans development explosion in CorktownFord's plans for Corktown exceed all expectations. Combined with Gilbert and Ilitch developments downtown, the boom may overwhelm Detroit
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So far, politics takes break in school safety talks

Editorial: So far, politics takes break in school safety talksState lawmakers set aside politics and try to come up with a bipartisan plan for keeping schools safe
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Editorial: Lawmakers deliver a win for taxpayers

Editorial: Lawmakers deliver a win for taxpayersThe state Legislature recently moved to repeal the state’s burdensome and antiquated prevailing wage law
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Editorial: Better to talk peace than to saber rattle

Editorial: Talking peace with North Korea better than saber rattlingDonald Trump's sit-down with North Korea's Kim Jung Un was neither an historic success nor an epic failure
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Our Editorial: GOP must seize moment on immigration deal

Editorial: Seize moment on immigration reformGOP should grab opportunity for comprehensive immigration reform
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Our Editorial: Keep the presidential pardons coming

Editorial: Trump should pardon more non-violent lifersAlice Johnson, presidential pardons, Donald Trump, prison reform, non-violent offenders
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Our Editorial: One Fair Wage isn’t fair to staff

Our Editorial: One Fair Wage isn’t fair to staffA proposal likely headed for November ballot has potential to harm restaurant workers who rely on tips
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Editor's Note: Business should lead bold ed reform

Editor’s Note: Business should lead bold ed reformWhile it’s worthwhile to get a wide array of buy-in, the more inclusive the coalition, the less that’s likely to get accomplished, Jacques writes
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Editorial: Want a good job? Think Michigan

Editorial: Want a good job? Think MichiganGrooming talent within the state, along with recruiting fresh talent in high-demand fields, are the right priorities for Snyder
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Our Editorial: Michigan’s schools: It’s time to light the fire

Editorial: Michigan’s schools: It’s time to light the fireHidebound, last century education structure must be replaced by the boldest and most innovative system in the nation
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Our Editorial: Start work on transit Round 3

Editorial: Start work on transit Round 3If Mackinac doesn’t produce a RTA deal, turn attention to meeting today’s most urgent transportation needs
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Automakers don’t need Trump’s help on trade

Editorial: Automakers don’t need Trump’s help on tradeRather than aid automakers, president’s tariffs are likely to drag down the profits of domestic producers
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Our editorial: Give business a say on regulations

Editorial: Give business a say on regulationsBalancing regulatory review panels with those who have to live with the rules makes perfect sense
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Editorial: For-profit charters aren’t that scary

Editorial: For-profit charters aren’t that scaryNew research and rankings point to solid performance from charter schools run by profit-making management companies
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Editorial: Don’t turn landlords into tax snitches

Editorial: Don’t turn landlords into tax snitchesDetroit’s demand for the personal information of tenants is a violation of privacy
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Our Editorial: MSU must now rebuild reputation

Our Editorial: MSU must now rebuild reputationUniversity should ensure $500 million settlement with Nassar victims doesn’t overly burden current students
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Colbeck out of line with anti-Muslim campaign

Editorial: Colbeck way out of line with anti-Muslim campaignGOP gubernatorial candidate is trying to link one of his Dem opponents, Abdul El-Sayed, to terrorist groups
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Our Editorial: Get cops out of fencing racket

Our Editorial: Get cops out of fencing racketCivil asset forfeiture is little more than legalized theft; lawmakers should finally put an end to it
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Our Editorial: Bullying no way to reform Medicaid

Our Editorial: Bullying no way to reform MedicaidLawmakers rightly want to reduce program’s costs by getting recipients in jobs; GOP should stick to negotiating
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Editorial: Detroit merits praise for oversight end

Editorial: Detroit merits praise for oversight endShedding state, federal control for first time in 40 years resulted from fiscal discipline, responsibility
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Our Editorial: Dems play politics with prevailing wage

Our Editorial: Dems play politics with prevailing wagePartisan divide holds up nearly 400,000 petition signatures to end practice of hiking pay on public building projects
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  • 2 months, 1 week ago
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