For more than a decade, state, municipal, and school officials have relied on Michigan Privatization Report to highlight outsourcing ideas and undertakings, successful and not-so-successful, around the Great Lakes State.

Sixteen thousand readers tell us the most popular feature in each issue is our news roundup called "Around the State," a collection of Michigan privatization initiatives, opportunities, and controversies gleaned and condensed from newspapers and other sources.

Below are a few "Around the State" headlines from our latest issue.

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Detroit Medical Center Needs Private Turnaround, Says Former Bankruptcy Judge

Granholm Budget Proposal Includes Asset Sale

Hamtramck Further Down the Road of Privatization

Western Michigan University Studies Privatization

State Adopts Another Mackinac Center Idea

Mopping up Savings at Metro Airport


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