Mackinac Center in the News

Jack McHugh on gas price economics:

Providence (Rhode Island) Journal (pdf) … more

MEA lawsuit "frivolous assault" on "freedom of speech":

Monroe Evening News editorial (pdf) … more

Mackinac Center report:

How to balance state budget with less spending, asset sales, and no tax increase … more

Jack McHugh discusses principles of sound tax policy:

WWJ and WKBD TV, Detroit … more

Editorial condemns MEA 'intimidation tactics' against Mackinac Center:

Traverse City Record-Eagle, second item … more

MEA member questions lawsuit against Mackinac Center:

Detroit Free Press, 4th letter … more

Editors laud dismissal of 'frivolous' MEA lawsuit:

Lansing State Journal, 3rd item … more

Editorial cites Mackinac Center school finance idea:

Jackson Citizen Patriot … more

Union attack on free speech fails:

Midland Daily News (free registration required) … more

Court backs Mackinac Center in MEA lawsuit:

Associated Press … more

Lawrence Reed on Proposal A for the

Ann Arbor News … more

Jack McHugh on Proposal A for the

Ann Arbor News … more

Jack McHugh on Proposal A, for

Booth Newspapers … more

Mackinac Center labor research cited in letter:

Detroit News (scroll to 6th letter) … more

Michael LaFaive on state-funded venture capital:

Wisconsion Technology Network … more

Michael LaFaive on state overspending, for the

Lansing State Journal … more

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