Mackinac Center President Joseph G. Lehman is cited in a column previewing tonight’s State of the State address at The Michigan View.

Lehman called Gov. Rick Snyder’s first term in office the “best year for reform since Gov. Engler’s first term.”

The column, by Henry Payne of The Detroit News, draws a comparison between Gov. Snyder and Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels, noting that the former praised the latter as a role model when introducing him at “An Evening with the Mackinac Center” in Lansing last November.

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