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Get the Numbers Straight about School Finance

Complete picture, sound math debunk exaggerated talking points

Complete picture, sound math debunk exaggerated talking points

Indiana Attorney General Affirms Workers' Rights

Employers must have employee consent before the state can collect dues

Employers must have employee consent before the state can collect dues

Virtual Event: Gov. Whitmer's Unprecedented Use of Emergency Powers

Join us for this online event to hear opening remarks by Joseph Lehman, president of the Mackinac Center, followed by the Mackinac Center's Patrick Wright, vice president for legal affairs, and Michael Van Beek, director of research, who will discuss Gov. Whitmer's use of emergency powers, what Michigan law allows and the Center’s legal challenges to the governor’s overreach.

New Data on Cigarette Smuggling Released

New York still the top smuggling state, Michigan ranked 15th

New York still the top smuggling state, Michigan ranked 15th

Schools, Families Need More Flexibility

Competing views on reopening schools call for more options

Competing views on reopening schools call for more options

Liquor to Go: An Idea Whose Time is Now

Michigan should end its prohibition on sales of to-go mixed drinks.

State Regulators, Dam Owner, Set Conditions for Flooding in Mid-Michigan

The actions of state regulators and and the private owner of a dam, combined with heavy rains, led to extensive flooding in the Midland, Michigan, area.

Less Driving Means Fewer Gas Taxes

The state has dedicated certain tax collections for roads, but it will have less to spend as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

How a Mid-Michigan Dam Failed

EGLE and Boyce Hydro actions appear to have compounded the May 2020 flood

EGLE and Boyce Hydro actions appear to have compounded the May 2020 flood

After Flood, Open Midland Area Restaurants

The governor should lift the ban to help flood victims and volunteers

The governor should lift the ban to help flood victims and volunteers