A new survey of Michigan’s local government officials shows that trust in state and local government is strongly partisan.
More than half (53 percent) of Michigan’s local leaders believe they offer “a great deal” of opportunities for citizens to engage in local government, while only 3 percent say they offer “few, if any,” according to a new report from the University of Michigan’s Center for Local, State, and Urban Policy.
A large majority of Michigan citizens and local government leaders agree that local governments have a responsibility to help reduce global warming, a new University of Michigan survey says.
A new University of Michigan survey found that most communities statewide are already working together to increase efficiency and decrease costs.
State policymakers could better coordinate with local economic developers to improve the economy by cultivating existing businesses in their communities, a new report says. The report from the Center for Local, State, and Urban Policy […]
A new University of Michigan online database provides examples of excellence in the public sector and highlights innovative programs launched by state and local governments, school systems and others nationwide. Created by the Center for […]