Tom Ivacko and Debra Horner from CLOSUP presented findings from the Michigan Public Policy Survey at a Wolverine Caucus presentation on February 25.
“Michigan is experiencing its longest–ever period of sustained economic growth, but because of a web of policy factors, local governments are not reaping the benefits,” according to Tom Ivacko, interim director of CLOSUP.
U-M Social attended and reported on the event. Learn more about CLOSUP and what Ivacko and Horner presented at the Wolverine Caucus in this episode of Michigan Minds.
Read the full UM-Social story here.
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