Media interest continues to abound over the story Mackinac Center analysts broke Thursday about filmmaker Michael Moore's latest movie being approved for a taxpayer-funded subsidy under the Michigan Film Incentive.
Fox News, The Hawaii Reporter, Detroit Examiner and The Calgary Beacon covered the story, while The Detroit News included it in Saturday's "Editorial Quick Hits." Financial News Watch included a post Sunday. The Nashville Tennessean and The Dallas Morning News also linked to other coverage.
Popular political blogs, such as Hot Air and The American Spectator, have also picked up on the issue, as has a famous Hollywood columnist.
Read about other Michael Moore coverage by Mackinac Center scholars here and here.
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