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James M. Hohman

Assistant Director of Fiscal Policy

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

Alleged ‘Transition Costs’ Avoidable In Detroit

Shouldn't be used as a roadblock to pension reform. … more

More Detroit Favors Piled On Top of Other Favors

City gets more in revenue sharing than all others combined. … more

How to Make Michigan Schools More Expensive

Mark Schauer's education plan protects the status quo. … more

More State Favors for Detroit

Deferment through borrowing. … more

Detroit’s Special Favors Add Up

Only city in Michigan allowed to tax utility bills. … more

More Higher Ed Spending Questionable

Legislators, taxpayers need answers. … more

Right-to-Work States See Larger Gains

Personal income and population growth numbers released. … more

Right-to-Work Should be Judged on Economic Data

Corporate welfare inquiries not a good barometer of success. … more

Other Michigan Cities in Pension Debt

Not just a Detroit problem. … more

Michigan Still Underfunding Teacher Pensions

Made full contribution just twice in last decade. … more