It’s been a year since new Republican governors were elected in Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin. We all know the headlines.
Michigan enacted a strict new law giving enormous powers to emergency managers, including the one that might run Detroit.
But life has changed in other ways, as well.
Starting tomorrow, Changing Gears presents STATES, a three-story series looking at people in each of our states and the ways they’ve been affected.
Kate Davidson kicks things off with a look at Laingsburg, Michigan, a small town north of the state capital where the big news camouflaged some small, but meaningful changes.