Note to readers: A March 9, 2003 news report in The Detroit News (see below) refers to itself as "the first public accounting" of the Clean Michigan Initiative, the state's largest environmental spending program. This is incorrect. In October 2002 the Mackinac Center published the program's first public accounting, entitled "The Clean Michigan Initiative: An Assessment," from which The Detroit News borrowed heavily for its March 9 stories. Detroit News editors have been notified of the correct information.


March 12, 2003 editorial, Detroit News

March 9, 2003 news story, Detroit News
(contains error, see note to readers, above)

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Second March 9, 2003 news story, Detroit News

Third March 9, 2003 news story, Detroit News

Jan. 15, 2003 news story, Waterford Spinal Column

Dec. 12, 2002 news story, Port Huron Times Herald

Nov. 8, 2002 editorial, Detroit News

Oct. 30, 2002 news story, Detroit News

Oct. 28, 2002 editorial, Detroit News

Oct. 25, 2002 op-ed, Detroit Free Press

Oct. 24, 2002 Mackinac Center news release

Oct. 24, 2002 Mackinac Center study, The Clean Michigan Initiative: An Assessment

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