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Targeted Tax Preferences are Unfair

Entrepreneurs drive employment and prosperity

Entrepreneurs drive employment and prosperity

Michigan Should Invest in Student Mobility Scholarships

Not all families can afford adequate transportation to access better schools

Not all families can afford adequate transportation to access better schools

Legislators Nix Regulatory Overreach of Rural Health Care Providers

Without the Legislature’s timely intervention, the commission’s decision threatened to make it more difficult for cancer patients in rural areas of Michigan to access this treatment.

Filling Classroom Vacancies Requires Better Solutions

Some Michigan classrooms lack a teacher with full credentials, even though many people with teaching credentials aren’t teaching. Rather than focusing heavily on producing more teachers, the state should find ways to entice some of those teachers into the classroom.

Keep Pure Michigan Spending at $0

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer was right to veto funding for the Pure Michigan advertising campaign in the new state budget.

The Supreme Court Could Free Thousands of School Kids

Espinoza v. Montana Dept. of Revenue could overturn Blaine amendments

Espinoza v. Montana Dept. of Revenue could overturn Blaine amendments

Student Mobility Scholarships: Helping Families Access the Best Schools

Michigan could support low-income families’ efforts to transport their children to better schools and boost these children’s chances for upward socioeconomic mobility by creating Student Mobility Scholarships. A transportation scholarship plan is rooted in the idea of providing a more level playing field for Michigan's most economically disadvantaged families. The idea is for the state to assist qualifying families in paying some of the costs incurred from transporting a student to a school of their choice.

The Bipartisan State Budget

Budgets generate a lot of conflict, but not a lot of partisan spending

Budgets generate a lot of conflict, but not a lot of partisan spending

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Conclusion

A Pilot Program

Introduction