Mackinac Center in the News

Diane Katz on large state timberland purchases.

Detroit Free Press … more

Jack McHugh on the state government budget.

Gongwer News Service (pdf) … more

Mark Perry on Labor Day.

San Jose Mercury News (pdf) … more

Diane Katz on telecom regulation, for the

Detroit Free Press … more

Michael LaFaive on “cool cities.”

Lansing State Journal … more

Michael LaFaive on school contracting increase.

Gongwer News Service (pdf) … more

Jack McHugh on government and family.

Lansing State Journal … more

Michael LaFaive on selective tax favors.

Livingston Press Argus … more

Michael LaFaive on changes at the MEDC.

Lansing State Journal … more

Lawrence Reed visits Mongolia's prime minister.

Midland Daily News (pdf) … more

Robert Hunter on paycheck protection.

Knoxville News Sentinel … more

Chris Bachelder on the impact of a minimum wage.

Jackson Citizen-Patriot … more

Russ Harding on dioxin in Michigan.

Saginaw News (pdf) … more

Jack McHugh on a proposed Ohio spending cap.

Cincinnati Enquirer … more

Jack McHugh on school finance.

Booth Newspapers … more

Andrew Coulson on overrating local schools.

Orange County Register (pdf) … more

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