Every month, the Mackinac Center publishes three essays on timely public policy issues. Find out more about February's selections below:
Michigan Worker's Compensation Reforms Have Succeeded by Gerald M. Marcinkoski
Reforms made in 2011 to Michigan’s workers’ compensation law have been successful, reducing premiums and establishing a solid legal framework for everyone.
Put Parents in the Drivers Seat of Detroit School Reform by Ben DeGrow
Most Detroit parents want school choice. Policymakers should listen.
Inequality in Michigan: Not As Bad As You Think by John O'Trakoun
Despite claims that economic inequality has increased, it has remained largely unchanged in recent years.
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