63

Repeal the tax-exempt status of Blue Cross Blue Shield and the associated limitations on its ability to sell non-health insurance products.
» www.mackinac.org/4493

64

Sell Cobo Hall.
» www.mackinac.org/6915

65

Get government out of the golf business.
» www.mackinac.org/7824

66

Privatize underused state parks.
» www.mackinac.org/7399

67

Stop stealing from the future through state and municipal deficit-spending schemes.
» www.mackinac.org/8360

68

Reform, restructure and sell portions of the Michigan State Housing Development Authority.
» www.mackinac.org/9191

69

Privatize a variety of state human resources operations.
» www.mackinac.org/5025

70

Sell the Department of Natural Resources' MacMullan Conference Center.
» www.mackinac.org/4740

71

Privatize municipal parking garages.
» www.mackinac.org/6917

72

Privatize state highway rest areas.
» www.mackinac.org/11577

73

Privatize management of the Mackinac State Historic Parks.
» www.mackinac.org/6605

74

Eliminate Department of Agriculture "market development" programs.
» www.mackinac.org/6570

75

If gambling is expanded through "racinos" or other formats, auction the licenses.
» www.mackinac.org/6498

76

Repeal protectionist auto dealership laws that prohibit car buyers from negotiating directly with manufacturers or auto brokers.
» www.mackinac.org/504

77

Level the state's regulatory playing field between banks and credit unions.
» www.mackinac.org/7573

78

Don't allow municipal governments to increase public, education and government channel fees ("PEG fees") on cable television companies.
» www.mackinac.org/9944

79

Recognize in the Michigan Constitution the right of every person to provide for his or her own health care.
» www.mackinac.org/11650

80

Strengthen the law providing an emergency financial manager for insolvent municipalities and school districts by expanding the manager's powers and legal protections.
» www.mackinac.org/7451

81

End state revenue-sharing to local governments wherever the money is not constitutionally mandated.
» www.mackinac.org/6618

82

Let Detroit save itself by fundamentally reforming the city's government and business climate, rather than pursuing further rounds of flashy government-subsidized projects.
» www.mackinac.org/7453

83

Let Detroit save itself and better serve its residents through a comprehensive program of privatizing city services.
» www.mackinac.org/3148

84

Let Detroit save itself by repealing the city's income tax, downsizing the city's bureaucracy and rolling back the regulatory burden on city businesses to a level similar to cities of comparable size.
» www.mackinac.org/7349

85

Amend the state constitution as needed to privatize the University of Michigan.
» www.mackinac.org/6506

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