Mackinac Center in the News

Littmann: Michigan Can Recover

Despite its myriad problems, Michigan is a place of "opportunity," David Littmann, the Center's senior economist, tells The Washington Examiner today. … more

David Littmann Discusses Michigan's Unemployment

Littmann: Prediction still valid. … more

Ethanol and HSAs Explained

Center scholars address two issues of the day. … more

Two More Ideas for Fixing Michigan

The anatomy of change. … more

Government Lobbying on the Rise

Government lobbying government: A wise expenditure? … more

MEDC Subsidies Questioned

Another Michigan Economic Development Corp. tax subsidy has come under fire. … more

House Bill 5319 Attacks Private Property Rights

Property owners should expect to be able to use groundwater under their own land without state interference. … more

Ethanol Subsidies Create Problems

Russ Harding's Op-Ed in The New York Times addresses the faults of ethanol subsidies. … more

'Climategate' Raises Questions About Money in Science

Russ Harding explains how money may impact research on global warming. … more

The Overton Window Opens to Another Audience

Joseph G. Lehman, president of the Mackinac Center, discussed the Overton Window on Detroit's WDET Public Radio today. … more

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