Mackinac Center in the News

Transparency Bills A “Significant Step Forward”

Reitz interviewed by Michigan Radio … more

An Uber Driver Shares His Story

Op-ed explains efforts to permit and restrict ridesharing  … more

Contracting Non-Instructional Services Can Help Students

Op-ed published in Chicago Daily Herald … more

Group Hired To Assess Michigan Education Spending Always Recommends More

Op-ed published in Lansing State Journal … more

Mackinac Center and Sierra Club Call For More Transparency in Michigan Government

Joint Free Press op-ed explains transparency efforts … more

Right-to-Work Makes Unions Stronger

Vernuccio op-ed in Washington Examiner … more

Vernuccio: Teacher Sickouts Hurt Kids

Mackinac labor policy director interviewed by Fox Business … more

Michigan Needs To Stop Charging Residents To Get Their Property Back

Mackinac Center analyst authors op-ed in Detroit Free Press … more

Education Spending Not Tied To Success

New study featured in state media … more

Stopping University Tuition Hikes Would Cost Nearly $3 Billion

Spending at Michigan public colleges is skyrocketing … more

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