Features and Highlights

Eight Is a Start

Gov. Granholm and the Mackinac Center agree on eight state budget reforms. Now what about the Legislature? … more

Cigarette Taxes and Smuggling

High cigarette taxes can be hazardous to public health.  … more

Leveling the Playing Field

Charter schools can remain union-free. … more

Lock Step

Pay steps for teachers should be reconsidered.  … more

Playing Favorites

Targeted tax breaks and subsidies have not helped Michigan.  … more

Solid Foundation

Center Legal Foundation sues DHS over forced unionization.  … more

Fit to Print?

Lawrence W. Reed looks at media bias.  … more

Michigan Education Digest

Brighton insurance, property values down. … more

Mackinac Center Legal Foundation Sues DHS

The Mackinac Center announces the launch of the Mackinac Center Legal Foundation with the filing of Loar v. DHS, a case involving the bogus unionization of home-based day care providers. … more

Who Cares?

Do bureaucrats really care about your health?  … more

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