Features and Highlights

News Release: School Privatization Up 5.4 Percent

The Center’s 2009 public school privatization survey shows that 44.6 percent of districts privatize for one of the three main support services — custodial, food or transportation — a 5.4 percent increase over last year.  … more

Sick Numbers

A new MEA study on health care costs gives an incomplete picture.  … more

News Release: Study: Repeal Government Employee Labor Law

A new study from Paul Kersey, Mackinac Center labor policy director, calls for an end to the Michigan Public Employee Relations Act, which he says gives union officials an “effective veto” over local elected officials. … more

Green Jobs, Red Balance Sheets

The push for green jobs will be harmful to Michigan's economy.  … more

Michigan Education Digest

Health care, charter growth, picket. … more

Doth Protest Too Little?

Resources for student activists championing liberty.  … more

Train Wreck

Proposals to spend billions on high-speed rail are bad for Michigan.  … more

News Release: MEDC Should Be Eliminated, Study Recommends

The Michigan Economic Development Corp., the state's chief "jobs" department, is ineffective and nontransparent, according to a new Mackinac Center Study.  … more

News Release: NRDC Plan Would Cost Jobs

Mackinac Center environmental analysts said today that policy recommendations by the NRDC would harm Michigan’s economy by relying too much on alternative energy.  … more

Third Place

Getting rid of third-party payment to reform health care.  … more

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