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Migrant workers’ housing still unsafe, civil rights official says

Only 20,000 of state’s 90,000 migrant workers stay in labor camps.

LANSING — Five years after a report called migrant working conditions “intolerable,” Michigan is far from addressing the problems, the state’s civil rights director says. Read More

Health workers to spot human trafficking

LANSING — Criminals who sell victims for sex or labor leave marks that are rarely noticeable to the average person, but doctors and nurses have a unique advantage to spot these red flags and intervene — if they are properly trained. Read More

Debate over two- and four-year degrees

There are benefits to both for job-seekers.

LANSING — This spring, thousands of students across Michigan will collect high school diplomas, with their sights set on higher education. Read More