Shakara Tyler is a Penn State University senior majoring in Agricultural Sciences with two minors in Agricultural Communications and Law and Liberal Arts. During the summer of 2010 she was a research scholar at Michigan State University in the Summer Research Opportunities Program.
She writes about the plight of minorities in agriculture.
I think this program (“Breaking the Cycle of Incarceration”: A Prisoner and Youth Conversation”) is a really good idea. I think that instead of doing it once in a while they should find the means to do it in high schools. That’s where they need it most.
By Quassan Castro
By Bob Robinson
During the 2008 election cycle, more than $34 million was spent lobbying Michigan legislators and supporting political candidates. That’s more special interest money than in the history of Michigan elections.
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Journalists and citizens who file Freedom of Information Act requests often expect delay or denial, unfortunately, that can impact your daily life. Oftentimes, the lack of information provided by governmental agencies limit the ability to investigate issues, protect individuals or open the doors of justice. istockphoto
Did you know that you can ask for the documents below under FOIA (Freedom of Information Act)?