Lansing political newsletters Gongwer and MIRS (subscriptions required) today both cite this Mackinac Center news release that calls for an official investigation of the Hangar42 movie studio deal.
The Grand Rapids Press also includes a mention of the news release in a story about the resignation of the chief of staff to Rep. Robert Dean, D-Grand Rapids.
The Mackinac Center was the first to publicly raise questions about the Hangar 42 deal with an essay and investigative video posted on its website May 20 after a months-long investigation by Fiscal Policy Director Michael LaFaive and Communications Specialist Kathy Hoekstra. Michigan Public Radio details that investigation here.
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