Corporate Welfare Schemes Need Transparency

Mackinac Center commentary in Detroit Free Press

Michigan’s corporate welfare programs, which should be eliminated, at the very least need more transparency, according to an Op-Ed in Sunday’s Detroit Free Press co-authored by Assistant Director of Fiscal Policy James Hohman and Eric Mosher, a program associate at the Public Interest Research Group. The commentary originally was written as a Mackinac Center Viewpoint.


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