Mackinac Center in the News

Beckmann Cites CapCon on Film Incentives

Host, state senator discuss Hollywood corporate welfare. … more

Center Research Cited in Daily Caller

Corporate welfare continues to grow. … more

BEA President Unsure What Her Contract Says

Center attorney explains it and basis for teacher's lawsuit. … more

Media Coverage of Center's Latest Lawsuit

Brighton teacher sues union, school board. … more

LaFaive Cited by Fox News

Indiana toll road privatization. … more

Vernuccio Cited in Washington Examiner

Legislation seeks to protect workers from unions. … more

Why the UAW Didn't Need to Hike Dues

Detroit News op-ed. … more

MEA Can't Keep Story Straight on Union Bullying

VP apparently didn't read president's press release. … more

Economic Freedom and Prosperity

Mackinac Center speaker in Oakland Press. … more

Wright on Sunday Morning Program Talking RTW

Recent decision gives workers greater freedom. … more

News Coverage of MEA's Illegal 'August Window'

National, international media cite Center expert. … more

Officials Caved to Red Wings on Corporate Welfare

Team should have paid for new arena on its own. … more

Media Continues Reporting on Teacher Opt Outs

Ten percent of those who could left the MEA last year. … more

MEDC Approves Corporate Welfare for Dealership

LaFaive: Special favors unfair to competitors, taxpayers. … more

Vernuccio: UAW Facing Big Problems

Commentary in Capital Research Center's "Labor Watch." … more

AP Story on Teacher Opt Outs Goes National

More than 100 news outlets have coverage. … more

Gov. Granholm Teaching Class on Job Creation

LaFaive: "Recommend students stay away." … more

Media Continues to Cover MEA's 'August Window'

Union still threatening those who stopped paying dues. … more

Teacher Explains Why He Left the MEA

No longer a pawn in union's "big money political game." … more

Detroit News Editorial on MEA's 'August Window'

Teachers can resign now, save $1,000 annually. … more

Spalding Writes on Worker Freedom at Townhall

Union members need to be aware of opt-out 'windows.' … more

Skorup on WSJ's 'Opinion Journal Live'

Discussed 3rd Congressional District primary. … more

Vernuccio Discusses 'August Window' for Teachers

How MEA members can opt out of union. … more

State, National Media Report on MEA Opt Out

August is chance for members to resign if they want to. … more

Hohman on Personal Property Tax in Detroit News

Prop 1 better than other Great Lake states' reforms. … more

Statewide Media Cite Center on Prop 1

Personal property tax issue on Aug. 5 ballot. … more

Unions' Bark Worse Than Their Bite

Vernuccio in National Review on Midwest labor reforms. … more

Vernuccio, Spalding on WILS in Lansing

Discussed MEA attacks on teachers, charter schools. … more

McHugh: Campaign Finance Laws 'Weaponized'

Poses threat to political free speech. … more

August Opt Out Featured in Detroit News

MEA window "can be extremely confusing." … more

Lehman Cited in National Review

Critique of Gov. Snyder's performance. … more

Detroit News: MERC Ruling a 'Win' for Students

Center provided legal help for U-M grad students. … more

Wilcox in Detroit News

SCOTUS decision's Michigan roots. … more

Reitz in The American Spectator

Commentary on SEIU defeat. … more

Media Cite Center on Supreme Court Case

SEIU-type dues skim outlawed. … more

Vernuccio Discusses the MEA's 'August Window'

Was a guest on "Capital City Recap."  … more

Gongwer, MIRS Cover MERC Ruling

Grad students saved from unionization. … more

Fox Covers MEA's Attack on Teachers

Vernuccio, teacher with host Neil Cavuto. … more

Vernuccio Discusses MEA's Attack on Teachers

Guest on SiriusXM radio's 'Wilkow Majority.' … more

Washington Examiner: MEA Attacking Teachers

Fox News: Union sending members to collections agency. … more

Skorup on WNEM-TV5

State has enough money to fix roads. … more

Media Details Center Efforts to Help Teachers

New website can help teachers opt out of the MEA. … more

Reitz Cited on Government Transparency

"Essential for citizens to know." … more

Media Reports on Center Request

New MERC rule would help public-sector union members. … more

Lehman, LaFaive in Wall Street Journal

How Democrats won on minimum wage, gas tax. … more

LaFaive in Free Press

No bailout for Detroit. … more

Center in Wall Street Journal Consecutive Days

Cited on SEIU scheme, Detroit bailout. … more

Wage Hike Bad for Tipped Workers

Vernuccio explains in Detroit News. … more

Skorup Discusses Hollywood Corporate Welfare

Film subsidy money could be better spent. … more

Corporate Welfare for 'Millionaire Movie Makers'

WNEM details film subsidy scheme. … more

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