Michigan's economy can recover if government places fewer burdens on business, Mackinac Center President Joseph G. Lehman told Fortune Magazine today.

"We used to be a wealthy state," Lehman said. "Now we're a poor one."

Fortune pointed to this research by James Hohman, fiscal policy analyst, which shows public-sector benefits in Michigan outpace those in the private sector by $5.7 billion annually.

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