Detroit Free Press Published 9:23 AM EDT Aug 1, 2019 Ever wonder who owns the empty house at the end of the block? Or whether the water in your child’s school has been tested for lead – and what those results are? Or whether your neighbor has ever been cited for not keeping up his property? The answers to these questions are found in records owned by the public, which are supposed to be there for the asking. But accessing those records is often more difficult than it needs to be. This page is intended to help explain how the Michigan Freedom of Information Act works, how to file a request, what to do before filing, and how fees allowed under the law work. The information here is compiled from several sources including Free Press reporting on the issue and it relies on the expertise of Robin Luce Herrmann, who leads the media law practice at Butzel Long. Luce Herrmann is also the attorney for the Michigan Press Association and speaks about the Michigan Freedom of … [Read more...] about How to use the Michigan Freedom of Information Act
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Economy Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Economy | Trump’s Tax Cut Was Supposed to Change Corporate Behavior. Here’s What Happened. Supported by Nearly a year after the tax cut, economic growth has accelerated. Wage growth has not. Companies are buying back stock and business investment is a mixed bag. ByJim Tankersley and Matt Phillips Nov. 12, 2018 The $1.5 trillion tax overhaul that President Trump signed into law late last year has already given the American economy a jolt, at least temporarily. It has fattened the paychecks of most American workers, padded the profits of large corporations and sped economic growth. Those results weren’t a surprise. Economists across the ideological spectrum predicted the new law would fuel consumer spending, in classic fashion: When the government borrows money and dumps it into the economy, … [Read more...] about Trump’s Tax Cut Was Supposed to Change Corporate Behavior. Here’s What Happened.