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The report lists population, race, economic security, health, family, education, access to childcare of children in Michigan
This ordinance requires city service contractors or recipients of city financial assistance of $50,000 or more to pay employees a wage equivalent to the federal poverty line for a family of four.
This report evaluates the kids count program in Michigan which has tracked children's education, health, personal information since 1992. The report finds kids who expereience disparities continue to grade lowere on reading and math. They find the child poverty rate is decresing,but the cost of childcare is high and remains a challenge. The report highlights the need for greater funding for healthcare and education for children.
Policymakers can strengthen immigrant entrepreneurs through five steps: facilitating access to financing, leveraging federal funds, provide business planning, support immigrant business owners while easing racial tensions, and providing access to official documentation.
This fact sheet evaluates the state of immigrants in MIchigan. Policies have reduced barriers for immigrant workers, protect their health, and protect their families. Immigrant workers contribute a lot to state economy and their children are the future of state.
This report examines immigrants economy contribution to the state, education attainment, and their role in the labor force. Policy recommendations are considered.
Human Rights Party ran candidates in every ward, but none of them were expected to win. RCV began to appear, but was debated by the Mayoral election of 1975. Through the history of election process, the report concludes that partisanship is a double-edged sword to electoral reform. RCV's longevity relies on more than two factions existing and contesting elections.
This report investigates the challenges faced by the formally incarcerated face when applying for jobs. The report callls for the removal of criminal history questions from job applications and making it easier expunge past convictions.
More adult education services, which is a crucial link to postsecondary education and gainful employment, is needed. Adult education should fit family and work schedule. However, Michigan underestimate the advantages of adult education and cutes the funding of it. The government should increase the funding, provide a better education environment, and make it a pathway to economic security.
This ordinance from Ferndale, MI establishs the use of Ranked Choice Voting in local elections.