Navigate the Week: GLB’s Weekly Roundup 01/10
Metro Times highlights struggle of Michigan’s most polluted zip code. A piece in the Detroit Metro Times this week chronicled the negative impact of pollution in 48217, Michigan’s most polluted zip code. Read the full story here.
Whitmer, GOP divided on private school funding. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and Republican lawmakers are at odds over reimbursements meant to be given to private schools, an issue that ties into a broader debate about whether private schools should receive any public funding. More on the dispute here.
Supreme Court hears government transparency case. Watchdog group Progress Michigan argued their case over former AG Bill Schuette’s use of private emails for public business at the state supreme court this week. More on the case here.
Nessel signs onto pro-ERA effort. Joining other Democratic AGs, Dana Nessel is pushing back against a GOP attempt to block the passage of the Equal Rights Amendment. Get the full story here.
Tweet of the Week
The Michigan League of Conservation Voters speaks out against environmental racism in this week’s Tweet of the Week.