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Michigan Per-Pupil Revenues Reach All-Time High

Mackinac Center database reveals details of K-12 funding

Mackinac Center database reveals details of K-12 funding

Michigan Should Use the Powers of (Tax) Deduction for Business Equipment

Lawmakers should change the state corporate income tax code to let businesses deduct the cost of equipment purchases in the year they make them, rather than require them to stretch out those deductions over time.

We're in a Minimum Wage Debate Loop

The same arguments have been used time and time again

The same arguments have been used time and time again

Lawmakers Want to Be More Careful With Pension Funds

The Michigan Legislature is considering several new laws that would secure pensions for public employees and save taxpayers money.

Mackinac Center Sues the City of Warren over Salary FOIA

The Mackinac Center submitted a FOIA request to the city of Warren that asked for the salaries and names of every city employee. The city responded to the request with the estimated costs, but said it would omit employees' names. It failed to cite a reason for the exemption, a requirement of Michigan's FOIA law.

The Blackouts Have Only Just Begun

There are more workable solutions for a strong and reliable energy future

There are more workable solutions for a strong and reliable energy future

Cyber School Students Should Get Equal Funding

Legislators should reject Gov. Whitmer’s proposal to cut per-pupil funding for cyber schools while increasing funding for conventional schools.

Mackinac Center Sues MDHHS For Data on COVID-19 Deaths

In January, Charlie LeDuff sent a FOIA request to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services for information on deaths related to COVID-19. The Michigan Department of Heath and Human Services denied this request.