The founder of a self-described “centrist” think tank praises a recent statistical analysis by Mackinac Center experts regarding needed changes in Michigan’s liquor pricing and distribution system in an Op-Ed for today’s Livingston Daily Press & Argus.

Phil Power, president of The Center for Michigan, notes that, “The Mackinac Center, not unreasonably, calls the state’s profit on liquor sales a ‘hidden tax.’”

You can read more about this issue by Mackinac Center analysts here.

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