Law & Politics

  1. Should older adults with fewer years to live keep getting cancer screenings? U-M poll explores attitudes September 28, 2023
  2. U-M experts discuss government funding as clock ticks toward shutdown September 28, 2023
  3. New firearms safety grants explore reporting systems, safe storage, childhood injuries, more September 27, 2023
  4. U-M researcher selected as White House Fellow September 25, 2023
  5. Senate testimony: AI risks to the financial sector September 21, 2023
  6. Mental health problems, political extremism found in many who bought firearms during COVID pandemic September 15, 2023
  7. Speaker series to cover reparations, human-centered design, health impacts of oppression September 14, 2023
  8. Unlocked and loaded: How most gun-owning households with teens store firearms September 14, 2023
  9. Constitution Day speaker: 14th Amendment can disqualify Trump from holding office September 14, 2023
  10. Housing shortages across Michigan alarming local leaders, according to U-M survey September 14, 2023
  11. Alum John Hoyns commits $20M for scholarships at Michigan Law September 14, 2023
  12. US Census Bureau poverty statistics: U-M experts can discuss September 11, 2023
  13. What the wealthy consider ‘fair’ may not be equal to others September 7, 2023
  14. Long-term benefits outweigh autonomous vehicle risks September 1, 2023
  15. Detroit’s economic recovery continues, yet lags other cities in share of living-wage earners, U-M experts say August 31, 2023
  16. As Medicaid ‘unwinding’ continues and more states expand eligibility, U-M report provides key insights August 25, 2023
  17. US Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo to speak at U-M’s Ford School of Public Policy August 21, 2023
  18. Republican presidential debate candidates seek to make good impression August 17, 2023
  19. Chronic housing instability poses educational risk for Detroit students August 15, 2023
  20. Properly implemented firearm access policies are effective at reducing injury, study finds August 14, 2023