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PB gives residents a chance to propose city improvement ideas and directly decide how to spend part of a public budget. It is an experiment in inclusive, open governance.

Before your summer road trip...check out what three knowledgeable human panelists have to say about the ethics of driverless cars. Our very own summer blockbuster. Now on YouTube.  

Cheers for the Ann Arbor Greenhills School Ethics Bowl team for its impressive showing at April's National High School Bowl. The team of sophomores and juniors bested twenty other state champions to bring home the 4th place trophy and $4,000 prize for the school. 


Can humans talk intelligently about driverless cars without a robot on the panel? Find out when A2Ethics and the Michigan Ethics Bowl Team host a public discussion.

The 3rd Michigan High School Ethics Bowl is in the record books. We have learned from participants and volunteers how the event can be even more spectacular next year.

The 2nd Michigan High School Ethics Bowl showcased the philosophical talents of students from six area schools. 

We look forward to seeing you at our signature events in early February: The 6th Big Ethical Question Slam and the 3rd Annual Michigan High School Ethics Bowl. 

Four years ago, the U.S. Supreme Court made a decision that many Americans consider to be wrong, a decision that jeopardizes fair and equal access to the political process. In deciding Citizens United (CU), the Court struck down campaign finance regulations dating back to 1907 and affirmed that corporations are entitled to the same rights of political free speech as individuals.

Seven teams will vie for state championship and a spot in the National High School Ethics Bowl line-up

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