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Confronting Michigan’s Early Childhood Workforce Crisis

Think Babies Michigan is a collaborative of more than 1,800 members—leaders, experts, families, organizations and providers—working together to improve the lives of babies prenatally.

Column: How boosting the EITC will help Michigan workers and families

Today marks national EITC Awareness Day, highlighting one of the most effective tax credits for working families in the state and federal tax system.

Single parties dominate state legislatures; that’s bad for our health

"The partisan breakdown of American democracy may be making Americans less educated, poorer, sicker, and living shorter lives."

Rick Haglund: When in-demand talent can work from anywhere, what will happen to Michigan?

"The COVID pandemic has shown that high-education attainment workers can perform their jobs from just about anywhere, and many are doing them from where they want to live."

2022 State Budget Analysis – Michigan League for Public Policy

View the budget priorities that the Michigan League for Public Policy has identified for 2022.