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  1. Smart Regs for Smart Tech: How Government Can Allow Next Gen Internet Networks to Flourish
    This panel will discuss issues related to the future of internet networks, including 5G cell service, “net neutrality” and broadband infrastructure. Panelists will also offer guidance on what governments at all levels — local, state and federal — should do (or not do) in relation to the future of internet connectivity and the spinoff technologies it makes possible.
  2. Beer Glut: The Overregulation of Alcohol in Michigan

    Michigan’s rules about alcohol production, distribution and sales are complex. The state has restrictions on what can be produced, a strict monopoly system for distribution and imposes price controls on sellers. Many of these regulations were originally crafted some 80 years ago in the post-Prohibition era.

  3. Why Prescription Drugs Are So Expensive and What the State Can Do About It
    In recent years the price consumers pay for many brand name prescription drugs and even some generics has increased. There are several factors behind these increases. One has to do with the type of the drugs being developed today and the smaller number of patients they target. Another involves middlemen that absorb many of the price discounts provided by drug makers. And a third has to do with the regulations coming from both Washington and the states.
  4. An Evening with the Mackinac Center
    Join us for an evening of fellowship among friends of liberty.
  5. Detroit Children’s Business Fair
    Hosted by the Mackinac Center for Public Policy and Junior Achievement of Southeastern Michigan in partnership with Acton Academies and Acton MBA, the Detroit Children’s Business Fair gives kids ages 6-14 a safe space to practice entrepreneurship. The marketplace is free and open to the public.
  6. Pump the Brakes: Michigan Should Rethink Driver's License Suspensions
    In 2010, Michigan suspended over 475,000 licenses – one for every 15 drivers. Over 95 percent of those suspensions were for offenses unrelated to driving. Today, 86 percent of Americans use a car or motorcycle to get to work, meaning that a suspended license puts them at serious risk of job loss and other hardships.
  7. Claims Of Rising Poverty Simply Aren't True
  8. Recent Corruption Scandals Involving Some of Michigan’s Largest Unions
  9. Medicaid Work Requirements, Alien Driver's Licenses, Dead Voters and More
    April 20, 2018 MichiganVotes weekly roll call report
  10. A Look at Unions in Michigan, Five Years After Right-to-Work
  11. A Politically Incorrect Guide to Communism

    For decades after the end of the "Great War," communism was on the march. Bolshevik Russia expanded its territory into large segments of Eastern Europe, Chairman Mao took China, and one-party rule dominated in much of Asia, Latin America and Africa. Cuba, a close U.S. ally merely 100 miles from Florida, launched a communist dictatorship that is now nearly six decades old.

  12. Union Attempt to Force Teacher to Pay Fees Deemed Illegal Under Right-to-Work
    Mackinac Center challenges attempt to limit worker freedom
  13. In Michigan, Rich are Getting Richer – So Are the Poor
  14. Free-Range Michigan?
    New Utah law recognizes independence for parents and children
  15. It’s Not Called The Great Lake State For Nothing
  16. Grand Valley State’s New Intersectionality And Systemic Racism Radio Reporter
  17. More Competition Among Liquor Stores on the Way – For Now
    Judge upholds ruling that gets rid of arbitrary 'half-mile rule'
  18. Income Tax Cut Could Bring 15,000 New Jobs to Michigan
  19. Special Tax Breaks For Privileged Firms Means Money Comes From Someone Else
  20. Arbitrary Michigan Licensing Laws: Auto Mechanic vs. Makeup Artist
    Esthetician requires far more mandatory hours and much higher fees
  21. Despite Right-To-Work Laws, Unions Find Ways Make Workers Keep Paying
  22. Latest Test Scores Show Charter Schools Closing Gap
  23. Three Criminal Justice Proposals before the Michigan House this Week
    Here are a handful of bills that are being considered in or advanced out of committee
  24. Updated Research Highlights Impact of Cigarette Tax Evasion
    New York still an empire of smuggled smokes as Nevada leaps towards the top
  25. Ban Pit Bull Bans, Licensure Mandates for Foresters and Shampooers, More
    April 13, 2018 MichiganVotes weekly roll call report
  26. Strong Link Between Cigarette Tax and Illegal Smuggling Rates
    The negative and unintended consequences of excise taxes
  27. State Law May Drive Job-Seeking Michigan Woman To Move Elsewhere
  28. For Each Gallon Of Water Michigan’s People Use, 288 Gallons Fall From The Sky
  29. New Law Removes Obstacles to Classroom
    SB 727 should help alleviate teacher shortage outcry
  30. Money For Roads Doesn’t Go Where It’s Needed The Most
  31. Detroit People Mover Maintenance Worker Paid $174,602 In 2017
  32. Rural School Makes Fast Rise
    Akron-Fairgrove among most improved on Mackinac report card
  33. It’s Time To Review and Repeal Occupational Licensing Laws
  34. DeVos is Right About Michigan Charter Schools
  35. You Don’t Need Six Figures to Live Comfortably
  36. Oklahoma Teachers Average $20,000 Less Than Michigan - And Are On Strike
  37. City Socks Homeowner With $150 Fine For Using Airbnb
  38. Emotional Support Animals, License Mandates and More License Mandates
    April 6, 2018 MichiganVotes weekly roll call report
  39. Michigan’s Golf Courses Will Take Much More Water Than Nestle
  40. State Funding for Universities Continues Upward Climb
    Lawmakers should question what taxpayers get for more money
  41. Are Competition And Consumer Choice In Education Good Or Bad?
    Apologists for poor schools say ‘bad,’ despite their disparate impact on poor and minority children
  42. Pension Spiking, Early Payouts, Second Careers Make For High-Income Cops
  43. How a Top-Performing Charter School in Detroit Overcame Government Obstacles
    New video tells the story of Detroit Prep
  44. Is it Constitutional to Require Criminal Defendants to Fund Their Own Prosecution?
    State Supreme Court considers whether to hear a case presenting this question
  45. For Legislature, University ‘Tuition Restraint’ Means Twice The Inflation Rate
  46. Michigan Funding Its Pensions, Using More Realistic Numbers
  47. The Great Lakes Trough Truce
    Spending interest groups only ask for more money
  48. Michigan Electricity Rates Since 2003: 15 Increases, 1 Cut
  49. Back To The Future With Renewable Energy Puffery
    Who benefits if families must pay more to get the same amount of electric power?
  50. Michigan’s Top School Pension Payouts
  51. US On Pace To Produce More Oil In 2018 Than — Ever
  52. 10 Officials In Larry Nassar Sex Scandal By Salary
  53. Study on Arkansas Tourism Campaign Should Make You Scratch Your Head about Pure Michigan
    If economic impacts are as stated, the tourism industry should pay for its own ad campaign
  54. Constitutional Amendments on Parents' Rights, State University Boards, More
    March 29, 2018 MichiganVotes weekly roll call report
  55. The Steel Industry, Not Taxpayers, Should Pay for New Soo Lock
    Industry should pay for the services it uses
  56. State Corporate Welfare Winner Released from Prison
  57. Union Files Federal Complaint Against Company For Giving Its Members Raises
  58. Detroit People Mover Loses Almost $10 On Every Ride
  59. State’s Education Woes Require Full Assessment
    BLM report takes on key myths but misses complete picture
  60. Two-Thirds Of Last Year’s Gas-Tax Hike Pays Debt On Roadwork Done Years Ago
  61. Cigarette Taxes and Smuggling
  62. Where Michigan Lawmakers Stand on ‘Right to Try’ Laws
    Allowing terminally ill Americans the ability to try experimental medicine
  63. Shampooing Hair And Piloting Commercial Airliners Require Same Number Of Training Hours In Michigan
  64. Detroit City Buses Cost Taxpayers $3.52 Per Trip; Average Rider Pays Just 76 Cents
  65. New Pure Michigan Return-on-Investment Figure Won’t Include All Costs
    Previous estimation excluded 50 percent-plus of program costs
  66. Pure Fiction: State Tourism Cost-Benefit Analysis Ignores Costs
    The full cost of the Pure Michigan advertising campaign is ignored
  67. Costs At Issue For Raising Age On Adult Criminal Prosecution
  68. Average Teacher Pay Doesn’t Support Liberal Site’s Narrative? Use It Anyway
  69. Passing Bicycles, Peppier Pepper Spray, High School Internship Credit, More
    March 23, 2018 MichiganVotes weekly roll call report
  70. Michigan School Employees Can Officially Resign from Their Union at Any Time
    Supreme Court rejects MEA’S ‘August window’ appeal
  71. Four Years After Its Debunking, Union Still Promotes 'Snyder Cut Schools' Myth
  72. IMPACT March/April 2018
  73. Hamtramck Academy Tops Mackinac Report Card
    NHA charter school aims high, beats odds, busts myths
  74. Big Decline In Number Of People On Food Stamps In Michigan
  75. Awareness and Education Effort Launched Around Landmark Janus Case
    A national campaign spearheaded by the Michigan-based Mackinac Center for Public Policy
  76. Number of State Employees Down, Amount of State Payroll Up
  77. When the Goal of Spending Money is to Spend Money
    Transit should instead be about getting people places
  78. Democratic Attorney General Candidates Favor Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform
    Bipartisan support for protecting property rights and due process
  79. Michigan Teachers Nation’s Highest Paid Given State’s Lower Cost Of Living
  80. State of Michigan Spins, Puffs Economic Contribution Of Agriculture To Economy
  81. Dearborn Schools Rise to the Top
    District has remarkable showing on new CAP report card
  82. Bipartisanship on Criminal Justice Reform Continues to Grow
    Common ground needed to overcome current shortcomings of justice system
  83. Most Michigan Schools Surveyed Still Buying Union’s Costlier Health Insurance
  84. Magazine’s Description Of Michigan School Funding 24 Years Out Of Date
  85. A Look At The State Budget for Business Subsidies
    Old ideas get new taxpayer cash
  86. MSU Sex Crime Lawsuits, Online Voter Registration, Dead Voters, More
    March 16, 2018 MichiganVotes weekly roll call report
  87. Foreign Trade More Important To Michigan Than Any Other State
  88. What Michigan Government Lacks in Transparency
    Billions in business subsidies still can’t be disclosed
  89. Sponsor Of Medicaid Work Requirements: They’re The ‘Right Thing To Do’
  90. Supreme Court Eyes Unions Politicking With Fees Compelled From Workers
  91. State-led Health Care Reforms

    Facing seemingly endless paralysis on health care reform from the federal government, a growing number of states are starting to consider reforms that they could enact to improve the provision of health care for their residents. Although federal laws and rules dominate health care regulations, there are still several worthy reforms that states could pursue that would have the effect of lowering costs and expanding choices for patients.

  92. School District Gets More From State For Fewer Students, Super Calls It Inadequate
  93. Union Official Says Teachers In Second-Highest Paying District Need Second Jobs
  94. How ‘Ineffective’ Michigan Teachers Get $26k More Than ‘Highly Effective’ Ones
  95. Cutting the Competition?: The Effects of Licensing Barbers in Alabama
  96. An Apparent Political Panic In Response To University Sex Abuse Scandal
  97. Want Money For Roads? Take It from This Failing Program
    Michigan Business Development Program funding should end
  98. Free Credit Freezes, Expel Student Sex Offenders, Release Frail Prisoners
    March 9, 2018 MichiganVotes weekly roll call report
  99. Salt Bill Would Raises Prices On All To Benefit One Company
    Senate Bill 363 is held up in the Michigan House
  100. Whitmer ‘Tired Of ... Corporate Tax Giveaways’ But Voted For Dozens
  101. Public Schools’ Advocate Reports Added Spending Didn’t Help, Considers More
  102. Put ISD Funding on Education Budget Table
    While agency spending grows, Guv seeks student-based cuts
  103. Noteworthy In 2017: School Pensions Reformed, No Annual Contribution Shortfall
  104. DTE Earns Big Gas Pipeline Profits, Lobbied For More Gas-Fired Electricity
  105. Property Tax Revenue On a Slow Rise
    Value of property increased 12 percent over past four years
  106. Utica Community Schools Responds to CapCon Article on District Finances
  107. Increased Enrollment In Detroit Schools Just Bureaucratic Reshuffling
  108. Bridge Magazine Calls 'Foul' On Michigan Capitol Confidential Article
  109. Utica School Board Member Errs, Blames Usual Suspect For Mythical Funding Cuts
  110. Juvenile Justice Shouldn’t Create Lifelong Obstacles
  111. Governor’s 6-Year-Old Corporate Handout Program Should Be Shuttered
  112. The Flexible State Budget
  113. A Lot Fewer Detroit Public Schools Teachers Rated 'Highly Effective'
  114. More Road Repair Money, Restrict Metadata Collection, Medical Marijuana, More
    March 2, 2018 MichiganVotes weekly roll call report
  115. How Much Less Union Politicking If Supreme Court Bans Forced Fees?
  116. CJ -> criminal-justice
  117. Firm Gets $220,000 State Subsidy Deal, Files For Bankruptcy
  118. AFSCME gets Supreme Court snicker
  119. Michigan PTA Needs Refresher On Law Governing Charter School Admissions
  120. Raising the Age: Should 17-Year-Olds be Eligible for Juvenile Justice in Michigan?

    Michigan is one of five states where 17-year-olds are prosecuted in the adult criminal justice system, rather than the juvenile justice system. Following a trend in several other states, some Michigan stakeholders have begun a “raise the age” campaign to adjust the age of adult criminal liability to 18, the age of majority for all other purposes. The Legislature introduced bills to that effect last year, but opponents of the campaign warn that shifting 17-year-olds into the juvenile system will be an expensive burden on resource-strapped counties. Reformers counter that the move will ensure better outcomes for teens in the long run. Join us to hear expert panelists discuss the costs and benefits of raising the age.

  121. State Corporate Welfare Agency Picks Winners That Turn Out To Be Losers
  122. Getting Harder For Union To Spread Teacher Pay Disinformation
  123. ‘Truth Squad’ Omits Key Michigan Charter School Facts In DeVos Hit Piece
  124. Nonprofit Helps Ex-Prisoners Stay Clean
  125. English as Official Language, More Road Repair Money, a Foster Care Alternative
    February 23, 2018 MichiganVotes weekly roll call report
  126. Of Michigan’s 100 Best Public Elementary And Middle Schools, 30 Are Charters
  127. Detroit Schools Will Sell to a Prison, But Not a Charter School
    Moves criticized by parents and community members
  128. Mackinac Center Ranks Michigan’s Elementary and Middle Schools
    The third edition of the Context and Performance Report Card unveiled
  129. Teacher Pay Data Part of Public Discussion Of School Finance
  130. The Michigan Context and Performance Report Card: Public Elementary and Middle Schools, 2017
  131. State’s MBDP Job Creation Claims an Inconvenient Fiction
    Just because government says its effective doesn’t mean it is
  132. ACLU and Mackinac Center Call on Legislature to Require a Conviction Before Police Can Keep Property
    Report shows forfeiture in Michigan typically involves small amounts of money, property taken from people never convicted of a crime
  133. Education Budget Should Back Parents' Priorities
    Snyder's proposal undercuts cyber school, shared time options
  134. UAW Goes On Campus To Find New Members
  135. Study: Michigan Business Development Program of Questionable Merit
    Research shows decline in jobs in counties where subsidized projects are located
  136. An Assessment of the Michigan Business Development Program
  137. MSU Spending Big For Post-Nassar PR
  138. A Swimming Pool’s Worth of Parking Lot Runoff Not ‘Vital’ To Great Lakes
  139. Industrial Wind Farms Bring Political Conflict, Recalls and Lawsuit to Township
  140. Michigan Is Not a Windy State
    The true cost of wind in Michigan is beginning to become clear
  141. One Tax Cut and One Increased; an Unfair Levy Repealed; Stronger Pepper Spray
    February 16, 2018 MichiganVotes weekly roll call report
  142. City Taking In More But Manager Cries Poverty
  143. Michigan’s Long 'Bad Driver Tax' Nightmare Will Finally End
    A revenue-grab from Michigan’s lost decade left a trail of social costs and broken lives
  144. Did School Choice Opposition Help Doom Detroit’s Bid For Amazon HQ?
  145. Meet Some Law Enforcement Officers Who Support Forfeiture Reform
    Michigan Legislature should strengthen property rights
  146. IMPACT January/February 2018
  147. Michigan College Lands On Wrong Kind Of Top 10 List
  148. Michigan May Surpass 2000 Employment Levels Soon
    An important milestone of recovery for the Great Lakes State
  149. Mackinac Center Policy Expert Recommendations 2018
  150. Many More Walk To Work As Take Subsidized Transit in Michigan
  151. Some Teachers In This District In Line For 17 Percent Pay Hikes
  152. Flint Schools Hanging On After 77 Percent Enrollment Decline Since 2003
  153. Police Seize Property All The Time And It’s No Big Deal — Until They Want To Keep It
  154. Airbnb Ban the Latest in Detroit’s Short-sighted Thinking
    City council makes it harder to earn a living and visit a city desperate for population growth
  155. Lawyers 'Double Dipping' on Asbestos, Traffic Stop Etiquette, Impaired EMTs
    February 9, 2018 MichiganVotes weekly roll call report
  156. Last Year, Flint Schools Got Double The State Average In Funding
  157. Detroit Closed 194 Medical Marijuana Dispensaries In 2016-17
  158. Former State Trooper: Cops, Prosecutors Misuse Problematic Asset Forfeiture Law
  159. Crime Shouldn’t Pay, but Requiring Reimbursement May Not Pay Off
    Harsher penalties are not as effective at deterring crime as increasing the risk of getting caught
  160. Where Teachers Get Highest Pay Has Shifted Over Past Three Years
  161. Illinois Takes Pension Advice From ‘The Simpsons’
    Michigan has done a lot to avoid this fate
  162. New Video Series Looks Underneath the Hood at How School Funding Works
    6-part video series examines school funding in Michigan
  163. Debate Heated On Ending Police Keeping Seized Property With No Conviction
  164. City’s Politicians Strive To Beat The Clock Spending Federal Money
  165. Extreme Cold Highlights Our Need for Better Energy Options
  166. Michigan Charters Get More Bang for the Buck
  167. Michigan’s Prevailing Wage Law Needs to Go
  168. DTE Electricity: Out With Old Coal, In With New Gas
  169. WMU Professor Responds To Claims He Is Not Pro-School Choice In Education
  170. Cats and Dogs, Chickens and Fish
    February 2, 2018 MichiganVotes weekly roll call report
  171. Traverse City Continuing Push for Government-Run Internet
    Similar efforts have failed in city after city
  172. Public Schooling Interests Recommend Spending More On Public Schooling
  173. Michigan Considers Allowing Ex-Offenders to Work as Health Professionals
    A step in the right direction on licensing
  174. Breaking Tax Cut Promise In 2011 Cost Michigan Taxpayers $4.3 Billion (So Far)
  175. Detroit Tax Officials Eye Blake Griffin’s $171M Salary
  176. Do Michigan Charter Schools Get More Bang for the Buck?

    The past year’s rise of Betsy DeVos as U.S. Secretary of Education has brought more attention to the performance of charter schools, both nationally and in her native Michigan. Charter schools are tuition-free, state-funded schools of choice that tend to operate with fewer dollars than other public schools. How well are charter schools doing with the resources they have?

  177. Charter Schools a Valuable Investment for Taxpayers
    Charters prove more cost effective and produce larger ROI
  178. Doing More With Less: The Charter School Advantage in Michigan
  179. Detroit Would Mandate Video Surveillance, Make Businesses Pay
  180. Snyder, New Report Pitch for More Education Dollars
    Evidence lacking for any significant impact on achievement
  181. Politicians Cannot Keep Up With Dynamic Economy
    Subsidies for a handful, costs for everyone else
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  183. Michigan Schools Underfunded - If You Don’t Count All The Funding Increases
  184. Media Plays Games, Misleads Readers When Its Target Is School Choice
  185. Stakes High In Special Education Disputes, With Legal Costs To Match
  186. Come or Go, Amazon’s HQ Decision Means Little to Michigan Economy
    It’s a magnet for agenda-driven interpretation though
  187. Income Tax Breaks, Environmental Rules Reviews, Ransomware and more
    January 26, 2018 MichiganVotes weekly roll call report
  188. Renewable Energy is Not Cheaper After All
    Popular measurement of renewable energy's cost ignores its unpredictable nature
  189. Number Of Unionized Charter Schools In Michigan: 2.4 Percent
  190. Detroit Fails To Collect 20 Percent of Property Taxes Owed
  191. New Additions to Mackinac Center Board of Scholars
    Three new faces join Center's Board of Scholars
  192. Michigan House Votes to Protect Electronic Data
    Nearly unanimous in support of prohibiting state cooperation with illegal federal searches and seizures
  193. Obama Stimulus Aside, More Money Than Ever Rolling Into State Road Repair Budget
  194. Cash Bail Hurts Innocent Poor People
    The practice should be reformed to serve its purpose better
  195. Mackinac Center Tallies Proposed Expansions and Limitations in Gov. Snyder’s Last State of the State
    The address contained five proposed government expansions and no limitations
  196. State Budget Rose $5.9 Billion During Gov. Snyder’s Tenure
  197. Is This Working? The Effects of Occupational Licensing on the Workforce

    Working a job — any job — is connected to lower poverty, better income mobility, lower crime rates, fewer children born out-of-wedlock and a host of other positive results. But today, the right to earn a living is becoming more difficult. In 1950, only around 5 percent of workers needed an occupational license – today, more than one out of every five workers in Michigan is required to have this special government permission to work. This typically includes mandated educational degrees, hours of training, upfront fees, testing, continuing education, and limits of people with criminal records.

  198. Gov. Snyder Should Make Link Between Jobs and Criminal Justice Reform
    Tonight’s State of the State will certainly focus on jobs — but shouldn’t ignore criminal justice reform
  199. Typical Household Has Lost $1,134 To 2007 Michigan Income Tax Hike
  200. School Choice Week Puts Michigan Progress in Perspective
    Choice popular with parents, still needs vigorous defense
  201. Detroit Education Scene: A March To School Choice
  202. State Rep. Howrylak Explains Why He Believes Charters Should Pay Into Public School Pension System
  203. Charter Teachers Get No Pensions, Amendment Would Make Schools Pay Anyway
  204. Education Policy Expert Provides Important Perspective on New School Finance Study
    Increased funding won’t automatically improve educational outcomes
  205. Veto Override, Higher Income Tax Exemptions, Charter Schools and ISD Money, more
    January 19, 2018 MichiganVotes weekly roll call report
  206. Bad Forensic Evidence Sends Innocents To Prison
  207. As Medicaid Costs Skyrocket, States Have a New Opportunity to Innovate
    New guidance on work requirements indicates potential for reforms
  208. More People Moving From Illinois To Michigan Than The Other Way
  209. Laws of Evidence: How Sound Forensic Science Policy Can Help Prevent Wrongful Convictions

    The Innocence Project is a well-known nonprofit organization whose goal is to exonerate the wrongfully convicted. Forty-six percent of its cases involved misapplied forensic science — meaning that a method, technique or analysis was conducted incorrectly. There have been 17 exonerations in Michigan involving misapplied forensic science. Now, in partnership with the Reason Foundation, the Innocence Project is calling for improvements to forensic science and for better transparency and quality control in crime labs. Panelists from the Innocence Project and Reason will discuss how the application of forensic science to criminal prosecutions can be improved by policy change and public education.

  210. Half-A-Billion Dollars More This Year
  211. Fewer Kids Statewide Does Not Mean Less Money For Schools
  212. DTE Produces Enough Wind Power To Run 24,000 Homes - But Part Of The Day Only
  213. Rising Revenues Never Enough For Michigan Cities And Their Lobbyist
  214. Deed Restrictions, Neighborhood Watch Vehicles
    January 12, 2018 MichiganVotes weekly roll call report
  215. Bills Make It Easier For Private Marketing Bureaus To Force Dues on Businesses
  216. Many Michigan Families Sacrifice for Choice
    Documentary shows how Blaine Amendment limits education options
  217. Michigan’s Tax Collectors Are Hauling It In
  218. What People Are Saying About Our 30th Anniversary
  219. Michigan’s Most Popular Uber Destination is in the City That Once Banned It
    Ann Arbor overregulated ridesharing until state lawmakers freed it
  220. Governor Granholm Called to Underfund Pensions 6 Years Before Company Bankruptcy
    There is no natural constituency for properly funding pensions
  221. Teacher Shortage Claims: Republicans Did It
  222. How to Help Those with a Criminal Record Find Work
    Eliminate unnecessary crimes, right-size punishments and repeal licensing laws
  223. Property Owner: Mackinaw City’s Ban On Airbnb Rentals Violates Our Rights
  224. 2017 Was Good For Michigan
    State economy continues to expand
  225. Michigan’s Prevailing Wage Law Drives Up Costs
    Government should do fair bidding for projects
  226. You Can Legally Warm Your Car Now
    The Legislature should repeal more nonsensical administrative rules in 2018
  227. Detroit Ignores State Law, Turns Down Money to Avoid Selling Abandoned School
    Detroit Public Schools Community District enforces deed restriction against charter
  228. Michigan Jails’ ‘Pay-To-Stay’ Jail Fees Stir Controversy
  229. State Forces Hotels And Inns To Fund Private Marketing Bureaus
  230. School Choice Breaks Down Racial Barriers
  231. Michigan’s Well-Being Metric Stuck in “Balanced” Position
  232. 2003 Granholm: ‘California, Eat Your Heart Out!’
  233. Facts About Michigan’s Infrastructure You Never Hear
    Overall, it is serving us pretty well
  234. State Reforms of Occupational Licensing
    New report from Cato highlights Michigan work
  235. Detroit Public Schools Super Responds To ‘Charter Students Outperform’ Report
  236. The Numbers Are In: Detroit Charters Outperform Detroit District Schools
  237. Did You Know? Michigan Wolf-Dog Ownership Restrictions
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  239. Michigan Legislature’s 10 Most Revealing Votes of 2017
    Which side were your lawmakers on?
  240. Michigan Well-Being Metric Stuck in 'Balanced' Position
    Changes in policy could attract more people
  241. No, Michigan Teachers Did Not Experience Pay Cuts In 2017
  242. Unlawful In Michigan To Work For Less Than $9.25/Hour
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