Frank Beckmann, host of "The Frank Beckmann Show" on WJR AM760, cited the Mackinac Center in his weekly Detroit News column today.

He referenced a study by Paul Kersey, director of labor policy for the Center, that found Michigan's public schools could save about $250 million a year if the state's prevailing wage law was overturned.


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