Features and Highlights

VoteSpotter App for Android and Apple iOS

Give instant feedback to legislators. … more

Legal Foundation Appeals Right-To-Work Case Involving Novi Special Education Teacher

‘The MEA has a duty of fair representation, yet it intentionally did not inform teachers of their rights.’ … more

Poll Shows Overwhelming Support for Redirecting Film Subsidies to Roads

66 Percent Surveyed Support Reprioritizing $50 Million Film Subsidy for Road Improvements … more

Poll Suggests Strong Turnout for May 5 Ballot Proposal

79 percent of respondents say they know how they’ll vote … more

Court of Appeals Orders Wayne County Circuit to Hear Claim Related to Union’s End Run of RTW

‘The merits are clear. The union and school district violated the law and thumbed their noses at the legislature.’ … more

New Study Analyzes Impact of Proposal 1 on Taxpayers

Policy expert lays out May 5th ballot measure. … more

Mackinac Center Gets FOIA Charges Reduced from $1,550 to $50

Michigan Liquor Control Commission waives fees for virtual copies … more

Michigan Appeals Court Denies Stay in Taylor Teacher Case

Teachers could exercise right-to-work starting on March 6, 2015 … more

High Court Should Strike Agency Fees

U.S. Supreme Court decision could bring right-to-work to public sector … more

MEA President’s Pension Examined

Steve Cook appears to be earning taxpayer-funded pension benefits while not actually working at Lansing School District. … more

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