Oliver Porter, a nationally recognized expert on public-private partnerships, writes in today’s Detroit News how privatization can help Detroit and other financially distressed cities in Michigan, particularly with long-term debit associated with legacy costs.

Porter spoke at the Mackinac Center’s Issues & Ideas Forum Wednesday. You can watch a replay here.


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