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James M. Hohman

Director of Fiscal Policy

James M. Hohman is the director of fiscal policy at the Mackinac Center for Public Policy. He holds a degree in economics from Northwood University in Midland, Mich.

Lawmakers Say No to Business Subsidies

Legislators Should Give Taxpayers the Income Tax Cut They Deserve

With revenues increasing, the state can easily afford to lower rates … more

Where did the Money from Higher Transportation Taxes Go?

Michigan Taxpayers Don’t Need to Spend $4 Billion Annually on Infrastructure

Recent report has been misinterpreted … more

Real Economy Creates 81 Jobs For Every 1 Promised by Business Subsidy Program

Broad improvements to the business climate help more than special subsidies … more

What Happens When the Michigan Economic Development Corporation Ends?

State could save millions by stopping ineffective subsidies … more

School Retirement System Continues to Harm Members

Michigan's failed pension system is hurting school employees and taxpayers alike … more

Clean Michigan Initiative Not the Only Remediation Fund

Other sources for environmental clean-up eliminate need for further debt … more

Where the Money from Higher Transportation Taxes Goes

A bigger budget means more money for programs beyond road repair … more

2016 Was Good For Michigan

Economy is growing and shows no signs of stopping … more