Op-Eds by two Mackinac Center authors were recently featured in the Dearborn Times-Herald.

 "Political Anatomy 101," written by President Joseph G. Lehman, explains the need for Michigan politicians - particularly those running for governor - to use their spines as well as their mouths when discussing budget and tax issues with voters.

"Take a closer look at issues with Canadian health care," written by Janet Neilson, a health policy communications specialist, looks at problems within Canada's health care system from the perspective of a native Canadian.

The Oakland Press also cited Mackinac Center research in an article about superintendents' salaries.


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