The Washington Examiner reports that Chrysler paid nearly $9 million for the longest ad in Super Bowl history, despite complaints from the company about the terms of a $15 billion taxpayer loan it received.

The article quotes David Littmann, the Center’s senior economist, from a December interview with The Examiner in which he said of Michigan, “We’re not even on the map. We have bargain basement prices on everything — from water properties, which are a hallmark of growth, to infrastructure. And this is tied together with a large and progressive highway system. We also have the largest underground gas reserves in the nation."

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