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Races are Won at the Finish Line

Come Up The Long Way

By The Numbers: Occupational Licensing

Mackinac Center Events

Get Engaged

Spotlight: Gary Wozniak

Welcome New Staff Members to Our Team

IMPACT November/December 2018

IMPACT September/October 2018

“Giving Back Involves a Certain Amount of Giving Up”

This spring I was fortunate enough to begin the interview process for a coveted internship at the Mackinac Center. more

By the Numbers

Criminal Justice

Interview with a Supporter: J. C. Huizenga

Making Waves with the Mackinac Center

Our Legacy Society is Growing

David K. Felbeck

Introducing David Guenthner

Making an Impact Close to Home

IMPACT July/August 2018

A Fond Farewell

Can a Scorecard Change an Issue?

Hopping for Liberty

Michigan's Labor Revolution

Build, Measure, Learn … Invest

Many Mackinac Center donors I’ve met are engineers by training, and most engineers think about projects and philanthropic investments similarly. more

By the Numbers

Raise the Age

One Foot in Front of the Other

The Perfect Time to Panic

IMPACT May/June 2018

Planning For Life Workshops

By The Numbers: Detroit Prep

Time to be a Kid Again

Mackinac Center Amigos

The Next Governor’s Vision

IMPACT March/April 2018

The Power of Philanthropy

By the Numbers: Licensing

Finding the Courage to Learn

Engaging the Future Capitol Leaders

The (Un)Virtuous Cycle

Criminal Justice Reform = Workforce Development = Job Creation

Criminal Justice Reform = Workforce Development = Job Creation more

Fighting to Make Right-to-Work Effective

IMPACT January/February 2018

30 Years of Giving Innovation

Past, Present, Future

By The Numbers: 30 Years

The Mackinac Center's Next 30 Years