Senior Environmental Policy Analyst Russ Harding in the Detroit Free Press and Senior Legislative Analyst Jack McHugh in The Holland Sentinel this weekend both take on the failure of corporate welfare and central planning, explaining that such subsidies have failed to create jobs and negatively impact the economy.


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