The Legislature has agreed to request greater transparency from Michigan's public school districts, adopting a cause the Mackinac Center first took up more than 18 months ago, according to The Grand Rapids Press.

The Center since March 2008 has been requesting school districts, municipalities and legislators be more transparent by posting checkbook registers, staff names and salaries and other expenditures online for greater public inspection.


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