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Columnist George Weeks quotes Diane Katz in

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Mackinac Center charter school research in

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Robert Hunter on union organizing for

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Michael LaFaive on public service in

The Bay City Times … more

Kirk Johnson on remedial education in

The Detroit News … more

Diane Katz on water quality in

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Kirk Johnson on school repair costs in

The Detroit News … more

Michael LaFaive addresses industrial policy on

Michigan Public Radio … more

Michael LaFaive on corporate welfare in

The Ann Arbor News … more

Joseph Overton on Michigan voucher attitudes in

The Washington Post … more

Lawrence Reed on term limits in

The Detroit News … more

Lawrence Reed on prescription drug costs on

National Review Online … more

Joseph Overton on tuition tax credits in

The Wall Street Journal … more

Dr. Victor Claar on item pricing laws in

The Detroit News … more

Electronic pricing 'Viewpoint' in

The Holland Sentinel … more

Mackinac Center education tax credit plan cited in

The Wall Street Journal's … more

Joseph Lehman on school choice in

Booth Newspapers … more

Mackinac Center vouchers/tax credit poll in

The Grand Rapids Press … more

Mackinac Center school choice poll in

The Detroit News … more

Next steps for school choice by Sam Walker on

National Review Online … more

MEA lawsuit "utterly foolish": Letter to

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Michael LaFaive on Renaissance Zones in

Michigan Real Estate Journal … more

Robert Hunter on the right-to-work study in

The Michigan Daily … more

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