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Over the last several years, the Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce has sought to make diversity and inclusion a key part of its mission and culture.

Published in In the News

While Detroit’s record-setting municipal bankruptcy may be a distant memory, many business leaders around the state still view the financial health of Michigan’s municipalities as a potential ticking time bomb.

Published in Economic Development

Grand Valley State University researchers have found the benefits outweigh the costs of Grand Rapids’ investment in green infrastructure to limit stormwater runoff.

Published in Economic Development

Major Michigan business groups say a statewide ballot initiative to change the way legislative districts are drawn is flawed and unnecessary, but supporters believe the plan would help achieve shared policy goals and restore public faith in politics. 

Published in Economic Development

June was a busy month for the Michigan Legislature.

Published in Economic Development

MACKINAC ISLAND — West Michigan business leaders say that a proposed upgrade of the Soo Locks in the Upper Peninsula is critical for keeping the region’s economy moving forward.

Published in In the News

Michigan’s beleaguered K-12 public education system continues to take a beating from the state’s business groups.

Published in Education

Michigan continues to come closer to legalizing and regulating the recreational use of marijuana.

Published in In the News

In 2014, the narcotic overdose treatment Naloxone cost $690. Today, the same drug sells for $4,500.

Published in Health Biz

Gov. Rick Snyder’s proposed final state budget includes hundreds of millions of dollars in one-time investments, increased funding for roads and years-long fees to support environmental initiatives.

Published in Economic Development
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