Questions continue to arise over the Hangar42 movie studio deal, including this breaking news from reporter Chris Knape at The Grand Rapids Press that outlines the involvement of a state representative's office in obtaining a tax subsidy for the project.
"Sunshine is a great disinfectant, and that's what this program, among others, needs," Michael LaFaive, director of the Center's Morey Fiscal Policy Initiative, told The Press.
LaFaive and Communications Specialist Kathy Hoekstra broke the story about Hangar42 after a months-long investigation.
You can see a list of Mackinac Center articles about Hangar42 here. More Grand Rapids Press coverage is available here.
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