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An Era of Preemption: Questioning Michigan’s Prevailing Minimum Wage

Written by Molly Amrine For much of American history, there has been a recurring debate over whether more power should be vested in the federal government or state governments. This dispute has permeated the space of labor law, with the […]

Turbulence in Streaming

Written by Keaton Stein 2022 was a tough year for markets as the S&P 500 fell almost 20%, its worst year since 2008. One sector that was hit particularly hard was media, and more specifically streaming. Share prices for Netflix […]

How Housing and Education Drive Inequality

Written by Adam Savageau According to the National Bureau of Economic Research, each dollar spent towards schooling in a neighborhood results in a $20 appreciation in homes (Gorman). Not only do good schools add tremendous value to the surrounding housing, […]

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