Dean Baker will be among the speakers at Saturday's event.
Sometimes it takes hitting bottom before people are motivated to initiate the kinds of changes they should have made all along. Which is why, despite the bleak economic news that just keeps coming and coming, there’s also reason to hope. And if you’re among those looking for an infusion of measured optimism, I recommend checking out the Michigan Policy Summit going on at Cobo Center tomorrow, Saturday, May 16. The organizers promise that “Michigan’s and the nation’s top domestic priorities will be in sharp focus as community leaders and policy experts gather to concentrate on policy initiatives aimed at re-energizing the state’s economy.”
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