Jobs that were promised in exchange for state subsidies in three high-profile cases in Flint never came to fruition, according to The Flint Journal.

Mackinac Center analysts have found that less than one-third of the jobs promised by the state have actually been created, The Journal reported.

The state's business subsidy program has come under closer scrutiny after Gov. Jennifer Granholm appeared on stage with a parolee to announce his Flint-based company had been awarded $9 million in credits. That offer was rescinded.

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