Pancakes and Politics
On this week’s Michigan Matters, host Carol Cain brings you all the highlights from the fourth and final “Michigan Chronicle’s Pancakes and Politics” breakfast forum.
The founder of the rapidly growing Detroit tech staffing company tells a business forum that she thinks Duggan could still win
A meeting of the so-called “Big Four” metro Detroit leaders is known to draw a crowd, but it was an unexpected sign that stole the show Thursday.
Speaking at “Pancakes & Politics” the governor acknowledged that he’s made some unpopular decisions — but said he has no regrets.
Dozens of union members and others protested against Michigan’s new right-to-work law outside a Detroit building where Gov. Rick Snyder had a scheduled appearance.
The same day the state’s new right-to-work law goes into effect, Gov. Rick Snyder will address hundreds of political, community and business leaders.
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The panelists agreed cities offer advantages like cultural institutions that young creative types crave and cool urban environments.
When it comes to urban revitalization, collaborate or die. That was the word from four experts Thursday morning in the latest installment of the Michigan Chronicle’s “Pancakes and Politics” series.