Monthly Archives: March 2015

Spring in the Woods

Again He gives commandment; The winds of summer blow. The snow and ice are melted, Again the waters flow. Psalter 402:5b a versification of Psalm 147 Spring officially happened over a week ago, and many of us in Michigan felt a little … Continue reading

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Does Michigan Need an Exchange, after All?

One week ago, the Supreme Court heard King v. Burwell, the challenge to subsidies applied through the federal exchange. If sustained, this will directly affect approximately 237,000 subsidized Michigan residents. (My calculation using the 2014 HHS subsidy rate of 87%, … Continue reading

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First Sign of Spring

Okay, yes… this is a pretty big deal in this year of the most persistent sub-zero temps in Michigan for over 85 years. I’m not threatening to move…. yet. I can even still admit that snow is beautiful. (It helps … Continue reading

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