Mackinac Center in the News

Russ Harding on environmental regulation.

Detroit Free Press … more

Jack McHugh on prison privatization.

Booth Newspapers … more

Russ Harding on wetlands.

Bay City Times … more

Michael LaFaive and Michael Hicks on MEGA.

Lansing State Journal … more

Mackinac Center cited on Detroit’s economic woes.

National Review Online … more

Michael LaFaive on MEGA’s ineffectiveness.

Detroit Free Press … more

Michael LaFaive on MEGA’s performance.

Gongwer News (pdf) … more

Mackinac Center research on MEGA cited.

Detroit Free Press … more

Michael LaFaive on Michigan’s economy.

Booth Newspapers … more

Jack McHugh on SBT relief, for the

Lansing State Journal … more

Diane Katz on telecom policy, for

The Oakland Press (pdf) … more

Mackinac Center cited in letter on Michigan taxes.

Wall Street Journal (pdf) … more

Joseph Lehman on prevailing wage costs.

The Detroit News … more

Andrew Coulson on school choice to facilitate social harmony.

Education Week (Registration Required) … more

Michael LaFaive on Michigan’s business climate.

U.S. News & World Report … more

Chris Bachelder on privatization and FOIA.

Associated Press … more

Russ Harding on wetlands law.

The Washington Times … more

Robert Murphy on private charities.

Grand Rapids Press … more

Jack McHugh cited in editorial on state bond proposal.

Livingston County Daily Press & Argus (pdf) … more

John Taylor on liquor industry economics.

Detroit Free Press … more

Michael LaFaive on higher education spending.

Lansing State Journal … more

Russ Harding on Michigan's water quality.

Detroit Free Press … more

Jack McHugh on state university funding.

Inside Michigan Politics (pdf) … more

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