An editorial in today’s Detroit News on school reform cites work by Mackinac Center analysts that shows Michigan could save $5.7 billion annually if public-sector benefits were brought into balance with those offered in the private sector.

James Hohman, assistant director of fiscal policy, addressed recent legislative changes regarding savings from school employee health insurance yesterday in Michigan Capitol Confidential.

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