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.
Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson called the August primary "momentous." Here's why she said it served as a preview for the Presidential election in November.
In the midst of recovering from the largest city bankruptcy in American history, Detroit now contends with a virus killing one of every ten infected.
A company owned by Senate candidate John James got over $1 million in Paycheck Protection Act loans while the vast majority of Black-owned small businesses got nothing.
Nearly one out of ever four Michiganders is now dealing with losing their job, but President Trump wants to slash federal support.
While federal funds gave most other states $160,000 per patient, Michiganders got just $31,000.
The Trump Administration's habit of rolling back Obama-era policies has made it harder for survivors of college sexual misconduct to seek justice.
Aimee Stephens died a month too soon to see the Supreme Court's surprising landmark ruling in her case, which won protections for LGBTQ people in the workplace.