Editors' Note: MIRS asked a panel of political pundits four questions about the no-fault auto insurance reform bill, John James, Attorney General Dana Nessel's stance on Line 5 and repealing "Pension Tax".
Editors' Notes: MIRS asked four political observers how hard Enbridge will fight the issue of building a $1 billion tunnel in court when — as long as the tunnel isn't built — Line 5 will remain in service.
Jen Eyer, a partner at Vanguard Public Affairs, said Enbridge will need to stay aggressive because Nessel's end game is to close down Line 5.
Editor's note: MIRS asked a panel of political pundits to give their views on the Line 5 deal and Flint water crisis criminal cases, along with a couple of others that political observers might mentally categorize as things that appear to be "inevitable."
Q. Is it inevitable that the Whitmer administration and, more specifically Attorney General Dana Nessel, will see to i...
What HBO’s “Succession” reminded me about “punching up”