Nolan Out Loud: Voting integrity laws will restore trust
It's Thursday, and that means The Detroit News Think section is loaded up with provocative reading.
- A two-editorial package looks at the voter integrity bills being pushed by Republican lawmakers in Michigan, and the unwarranted attacks on a similar effort to secure elections in Georgia.
- My column notes the partisan stand-off in Lansing keeping $2 billion away from the people it was intended to help, and the same could happen to $5.6 billion that's on its way from Washington.
- James Carafano of the Heritage Foundation details what President Joe Biden could do to fix the border.
- Syndicated columnist David Harsyani wonders why the liberal media is pushing so hard for Democrats to kill the Senate filibuster.
- Bankole Thompson calls on philanthropists to match their donations in Detroit with action.
Oakland University is one of a growing number of colleges that will require their students to be vaccinated before allowing them to return to campus next fall.
The pandemic is raging so furiously in Ontario that the province is issuing a two-week stay-at-home order.
How comfortable will you be flying an airline that prioritizes diversity over skill for its pilot corps? United Airlines pledges to make 50% of its crew hires women or people of color.
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