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posted January 01, 1987

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A periodic series that examines such subjects as fiscal and tax policy, health and environmental issues, and education policy and offers commentary on current or emerging political, social, and policy issues.

Michigan Roundup (top)
A one-page summary of Michigan legislative activity and political news of significance to government operations, public policy, and voter attitudes. Published weekly during legislative sessions and intermittently during legislative recesses.

Health Policy Bulletin (top)
A monthly publication that provides analysis of important health care issues under consideration by the legislature, executive branch, and professional associations.

Economic Forecast (top)
Written by Robert J. Kleine, Vice President and Senior Economist.

Michigan Commentary (top)
A periodic publication that offers insight into current or emerging political, social, and policy issues.

Michigan Revenue Report (top)

Fiscal Awareness Service
Debating Michigan's Future Toward the Year 2000

As part of our Fiscal Awareness Service, Public Sector Consultants Inc., will publish a series of policy papers discussing the significance of the year 2000 for public policy in Michigan. The first paper will provide an overview; others will present provocative commentary about the environment, education, health, economic development, and government organization in Michigan. These papers are intended to encourage thought and discussion. The comments of our readership are welcome and may be incorporated into the final publication, a compendium of the series. The creative thought for these papers comes from an editorial group of Public Sector Consultants, Inc., staff and associates headed by Dr. Gerald A. Faverman.

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