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Columns
Jack Lessenberry
Jack Lessenberry

Upton’s hold on his voters may be slipping. Read




Lisa Farnum
Lisa Farnum

A Closer Look at “Soft Money” and “Issue Ads” Read



Tom Watkins
Tom Watkins

The I-96 Rebuild. Read





Gilda Jacobs
Gilda Jacobs

Here’s a list of questions for candidates. Read



Carol Cain
Carol Cain

Snyder vs. Schauer: Tech Wars Will Determine Outcome. Read


Ken Winter
Ken Winter

Hopefully U of M research videos won’t become Straits of Mackinac reality. Read


Rich Robinson
Rich Robinson

It’s time for timely disclosure of independent expenditures. Read


Lawrence Glazer
Lawrence Glazer

Are independents election deciders or an irrelevant minority? Read


Eric Freedman
Eric Freedman

Environmental issues make the front pages – but not the political front burner. Read


Joy Calloway
Joy Calloway

Where the Goal of Recovery Makes You Part of the Club. Read



Tom Watkins
Mark Reinstein

State’s most vulnerable people are at risk. Read




Leon Judd
Leon Judd

Mental Health General Fund. Read



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Tom Watkins
photo"Tom Watkins explores what it would take for all Michigan schools to begin teaching Chinese. Read
China/Michigan
eventsGung-ho! Colleen Robar begins a new role as Dome Magazine’s China correspondent Read

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Give On…To Live On: Rick’s Event.

Please join us for an evening of heart-warming stories of hope from transplant donors and recipients and a discussion with a panel of experts on organ donation and the future of organ donation legislation. Program Details

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BookIt
book it photo‘Forgotten’ War of 1812 Returns. Commemoration of the war’s bicentennial includes republication of The War of 1812 In the Old Northwest, the seminal book on the conflict. Written in 1958 by an MSU professor, it details the Michigan Territory’s key role and examines the underlying issues. Read
Winning The Day
eventsMake The Tough Call My client has a good track record in business and aspires to public office. However, there are serious cracks in my client’s armor, starting with a possible divorce filing. Considering Andy Dillon’s recent resignation, I am hesitant to advise my client to proceed. Any advice? Read

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Events
eventsGriffin Policy Forum. Four Michigan political campaign veterans will participate in the 2012 Spring Griffin Policy Forum on April 2 at Central Michigan University in Mt. Pleasant. They’ll analyze the November elections, make predictions and discuss possible outcomes. View All Events
Under Other Domes
photoFebruary 2012. Ohio coalition wants independent panel to draw up future congressional and legislative districts … Florida Supreme Court finds corruption in Broward County School Board over charter school issues … Minnesota regulator needs more staff to oversee lobbyists. Read

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