Written by: Abbey Frazier
Primary Source: Michigan Policy Wonk Blog, January 5, 2018
- Op-Ed: Special Education Funding Is Unequal(link is external) IPPSR affiliate Sarah Reckhow co-authors article on the inequities of special education funding in schools.
- Baton Rouge Police Detectives ‘Woefully Short’ Working The City’s Historic Number Of Killings(link is external) IPPSR affiliate David Carter discusses the influence of detective caseloads in solving homicides.
- Other Views: Black Infant Mortality Rate Not A Mystery(link is external) IPPSR affiliates Todd Elder and Steven Haider’s research on infant mortality noted in recent article.
- Did The Federal Government Spend $21 Trillion That Wasn’t Authorized By Congress(link is external) IPPSR affiliate Mark Skidmore explores unauthorized spending in federal agencies.
- Q&A: Understanding The Debate Over Tax Reform In Washington(link is external) IPPSR affiliate Charles Ballard answers tax-related questions as they relate to recent reforms.
- Haslett and Okemos: Same Leadership, Different Communities(link is external) IPPSR affiliate Eric Scorsone explains the reasons for differences between Haslett and Okemos communities.
- 2018 Election Cycle Promises Plenty Of Fresh Faces In State Offices, Ballot Proposal Bonanza(link is external)IPPSR Director Matt Grossmann discusses political momentum in state races.
- 2017 In Lansing Saw Lawmakers Succeed On Some Issues, Fail On Others(link is external) MPLP alumni and State Representative Brian Elder is quoted on legislative efforts to bring in businesses to the state.
- Michigan Lawmakers Split On What To Do About Enbridge Line 5(link is external) MPLP alumni and State Representative Jeremy Moss comments on Enbridge Line 5.
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Abbey entered the Masters in Public Policy program in the fall of 2016 and she currently works as a policy fellow for Michigan State’s Institute for Public Policy and Social Research (IPPSR). She has also worked as a budget & policy analyst for the State Budget Office covering health and social welfare policy and financing since 2014. Abbey received her B.A. in economics from Michigan State in 2013.