February Viewpoints

Analysis of Worker's Comp, DPS Reform and Income Inequality in Michigan

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

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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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