The laws that govern the freedom of information and the openness of government proceedings in Michigan create a political environment that “makes the process more fair,” Patrick Wright, director of the Mackinac Center Legal Foundation, told the Port Huron Times-Herald for a story celebrating Sunshine Week 2011.

The Center promotes government accountability and transparency through several efforts that can be found at mackinac.org/10694.

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