Legal problems and a family squabble continue to surround the failed film studio known as Hangar42, according to The Grand Rapids Press.

The Mackinac Center broke the story after a months-long investigation by Communications Specialist Kathy Hoekstra and Mike LaFaive, director of the Morey Fiscal Policy Initiative, which raised questions about the efficacy of the deal. In May we posted this essay and video with our findings. The research and reporting ultimately led to an Attorney General investigation and a criminal charge against the primary buyer of the studio, Joseph Peters.


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