Features and Highlights

Highland Park Charter District

Policy brief, documentary show improvements. … more

Teamsters Abandon Anti-RTW Policy

MCLF sued on behalf of Dearborn employees. … more

MEA Accused of Unfair Labor Practices

Eight teachers file at MERC over right-to-work. … more

Benefits out of Balance

Public sector outpaces private sector by $5.8B. … more

SEIU Case Appealed

Dues skim victims should get money back. … more

Study: Top-to-Bottom Rankings Flawed

Schools penalized for serving low-income students. … more

Center Involved in Supreme Court Case

Forced unionization schemes under review. … more

Lehman Honored with Roe Award

Recognizes dedication to free-market principles. … more

Center Files FOIA Lawsuit

City of Westland fees illegal, exorbitant. … more

House Passes Flawed Medicaid Expansion

'An exceptionally cynical exercise.' … more

Press Release: RTW Laws Increase Economic Growth

New study examines six decades of data. … more

Press Release: Medicaid Waivers a Risky Proposal

Waivers are temporary, but expansion is permanent … more

Press Release: Teamsters Discriminate Against Workers

Lawsuit filed in Wayne County Circuit Court. … more

Study: New CAP Report Card for Young Students

How did your kid's school rank? … more

Study: Don’t Overlook Medicaid’s Flaws

Expansion would cost taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars. … more

Michigan Should Look to Florida to Improve Public Education

New study contains six specific policy recommendations. … more

New Right-to-Work Website Now Available

Includes sample opt-out letter for those who want to resign union membership. … more

MCLF Files Suit on Behalf of Taylor Teachers

Three Taylor teachers object to forced dues extension. … more

Poll: Underwhelming Support for Medicaid Expansion

Only half of active voters favor expansion. … more

Superintendent Compensation Database

Searchable database now available online. … more

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