Stories tagged: "Michigan"


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Hate: The Unintended Side Effects of COVID-19 and How Michigan is Coping

A local doctor was pushed into a world of hate. Here’s why he’s standing tall despite being the target of cruel messages. 

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How Local Vaccine Rates Shape Michigan’s Economic Future

Until the people are well, the economy won’t be either. Here’s the advice of one expert from Alma College. 

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‘It Affects the Soul’: Michigan Families Face Brunt Of Housing Hardships

When Michigan families face housing hardship, it affects more than just them. Here’s how.

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A ‘Once in a Generation Opportunity’ Has Older Michiganders Seeking College Degrees, Trade School Credentials

Michigan is paving the way for people to return to college or seek a professional trade. Here’s how.

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This Michigan Dad Saw His 13-Year-Old Son Battle COVID-19. He Vaccinated Him to Protect Other Kids, Too.

With school upon us, Michigan parents say they are cutting through misinformation to make science-based vaccine choices for their children.

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No Gimmick: The Debt-Free, Job-Guaranteed Pathway Not Enough People Know About

In countries across the Atlantic, apprenticeships are how most young people enter the workforce. Here, many don’t know what they are. Michigan wants to change that.

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Michigan Wants to Use COVID Funds To Get Guns Off the Street

Michigan wants to use COVID relief funds to train police officers as well as to get illegal guns off the street.