The Morey Fiscal Policy Initiative is dedicated to producing high quality research and timely analysis of fiscal policy issues in Michigan. Built on four policy pillars — budget, tax, economic development and privatization — the Initiative educates decision makers about the importance of making sound policy choices for a free society.

Latest Developments

The state of Michigan is spending more than $700 million on economic development programs this year. Residents deserve to know how their tax dollars are being used. To that end, the Michigan House and Senate has introduced a bipartisan package of bills that would transform how Michigan operates its economic development programs. The five bipartisan bills would require corporate welfare programs to be more transparent and accountable. The bills and the sponsors can be found by clicking here.