is a politics, policy and law journalist from Kalamazoo, Michigan. She studied political science at Western Michigan University and has been published in multiple national and international outlets.
Five months into the pandemic, the disease still burns across the state but much of the financial support for Michiganders has evaporated.
One back-to-school proposal supported by Michigan Republicans like state Reps. Greg Markkanen and Ryan Berman would bring privatization to distance learning, leaving teachers in the lurch.
More than two months after the floodwaters submerged a mid-Michigan town, an independent investigation into the cause is finally underway.
"No amount of hard work, grit, or sheer determination can fix what has happened," said Michigan mom Katie Carls.
Michiganders are already inspired by the senator’s leadership, most recently her quick-witted defense of their right to vote by mail.
Without a concrete plan for recovery, auto workers worry they'll be left "drifting in the wind."
Here's why the nation's leading coronavirus expert testified that Henry Ford Hospital's study on the controversial drug hydroxychloroquine is inaccurate.
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