Congress will consider a bill requiring states to work with federal agencies to remove and remediate water contaminated with a dangerous chemical compound.
Detroit public schools shut off the district-wide water supply last week after tests found elevated levels of lead or copper in 34 schools.
Tests have revealed that water in Parchment, Michigan, contains 20 times the federal health advisory for dangerous substances known as PFAS.
Critics say the legislation being put forth in Michigan will unfairly benefit rural white communities over the more urban black areas—but is that true?
A bid by Republican legislators to identify residents' immigration status on state-issued identification would have marked them for discriminatory policing, activists say.
Governor Rick Snyder announced Friday that the city's water supply is safe for residents.
As states have stopped funding driver's education, participation has declined, with lower-income teens and teens of color missing out.
New research finds the issue of how legislative districts are drawn, currently being considered by the Supreme Court, is far from academic.
A 2015 law signed by Governor Rick Snyder protects child-placement agencies from providing services that conflict with their religious beliefs.
An aging population and decline in housing affordability are just two of the long-term issues residents of Detroit will face in coming years.