Law & Politics

  1. Landmark US climate bill: U-M experts available August 12, 2022
  2. Anonymous reporting systems in schools can reduce violence, increase student connectedness August 12, 2022
  3. U-M study: Local renewable energy employment can fully replace U.S. coal jobs nationwide August 10, 2022
  4. How will the pending budget bill reduce drug prices for Americans? August 9, 2022
  5. What your company needs to understand about digital privacy (but probably doesn’t) August 2, 2022
  6. Consumers adjust to inflation as labor market expectations worsen July 29, 2022
  7. U-M survey reveals Michigan communities’ priorities for spending COVID-related federal relief funds July 28, 2022
  8. U-M, Farm Bureau working together to reduce hunger in Michigan July 20, 2022
  9. Open source platform enables research on privacy-preserving machine learning July 19, 2022
  10. U-M’s American National Election Studies awarded $14M to study 2024 elections July 15, 2022
  11. Ford School Dean Michael Barr confirmed by US Senate as Fed’s top banking regulator July 13, 2022
  12. Local leaders’ pessimism about Michigan’s direction continues, eases slightly from last year July 6, 2022
  13. Washtenaw County should consider long-term impact, implementation of ARPA allocations  July 5, 2022
  14. Nearly half of US kids live in homes with criminal justice involvement July 5, 2022
  15. New federal firearm and mental health law: U-M experts react  June 30, 2022
  16. Supreme Court limits EPA’s ability to regulate carbon emissions: U-M experts available June 30, 2022
  17. 9 in 10 eviction cases filed during pandemic came from landlords not compliant with rental codes June 29, 2022
  18. Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade: U-M experts available to discuss June 24, 2022
  19. Inflationary concerns outweigh expected income growth June 24, 2022
  20. Far-right parties find favor where immigrants, citizens vie for same public housing in Europe June 23, 2022