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Harming the Competition

Why some companies want a higher minimum wage

Why some companies want a higher minimum wage.

January 24, 2014, MichiganVotes Weekly Vote Report

Update on recent legislative action

Commentary: Your Pledge for Detroit

Bailout scheme takes from other needs

Bailout scheme takes from other needs.

Money for Nothing

Detroit bailout comes at expense of statewide taxpayers

Detroit bailout comes at expense of statewide taxpayers.

The Certificate of Need 'CON' Job

Regulation increases health care costs 11 percent

Regulation increases health care costs 11 percent.

January 17, 2014, MichiganVotes Weekly Vote Report

Update on recent legislative action

Skorup Debates Minimum Wage

Grand Valley State University event

Grand Valley State University event.

Commentary: RTW States Doing Better

Growing twice as fast as forced unionization states

Growing twice as fast as forced unionization states.

January 10, 2014, MichiganVotes Weekly Vote Report

Update on recent legislative action

Batman and Superman vs. Taxpayers

Film subsidy costs taxpayers almost $8 each

Film subsidy costs taxpayers almost $8 each.

Minimum Wage Drumbeat Grows Louder

Minimum wage popping up on national scale. 

The World Is Getting Better and Better

Poverty rate slashed 80 percent since 1970

Poverty rate slashed 80 percent in past 20 years. 

Mackinac Center on Sean Hannity Show

Attorney, teacher discuss MEA bullying

Attorney, teacher discuss MEA bullying.

December 13, 2013, MichiganVotes Weekly Vote Report

Update on recent legislative action

MCLF Featured in National Review Online

Legal foundation protecting teachers against unions

Legal foundation protecting teachers against unions.

December 6, 2013, MichiganVotes Weekly Vote Report

Update on recent legislative action

Legislators Worried About Beer Logos

Why are these illegal?

Perhaps they've solved the serious issues.

November 22, 2013, MichiganVotes Weekly Vote Report

Update on recent legislative action

November 15, 2013, MichiganVotes Weekly Vote Report

Update on recent legislative action

Brewers Should Be Careful What They Wish For

Nonsensical rules hurt everyone, not just Budweiser.

November 8, 2013, MichiganVotes Weekly Vote Report

Update on recent legislative action

Don't Extend Granholm's 'Blown Away' Program

Demand accountability instead

Legislators should demand accountability from MEDC.

November 1, 2013, MichiganVotes Weekly Vote Report

Update on recent legislative action

Inconsistent Licensing Requirements

State needs fewer regulations, more jobs

State needs fewer regulations, more jobs.

October 25, 2013, MichiganVotes Weekly Vote Report

Update on recent legislative action

UAW Flier Short on Facts

Union right-to-work myths dispelled

Union right-to-work myths dispelled.

Unions are the Freeloaders

Forced dues spent on politics, benefits for union staff

Forced dues spent on politics, benefits for union staff.

October 18, 2013, MichiganVotes Weekly Vote Report

Update on recent legislative action

Why Does the State License Barbers?

Licensing bill doesn't go far enough

Barber licensing bill doesn't go far enough.

October 11, 2013, MichiganVotes Weekly Vote Report

Update on recent legislative action

Legal Foundation Defends Clients Caught in a Catch-22

Home-based caregivers caught in the middle.

October 4, 2013, MichiganVotes Weekly Vote Report

Update on recent legislative action

It's Time to Take Teaching Seriously

But more certification exams aren't the answer

But more certification exams aren't the answer.

September 27, 2013, MichiganVotes Weekly Vote Report

Update on recent legislative action

Media Ignoring Facts on Obamacare Rates

Preliminary analysis show sharp hikes

Preliminary analyis shows show sharp hikes.

Media Plays Catch Up to CapCon Again

Finally covering corporate welfare failure 15 months later

Finally covering corporate welfare failure 15 months later.

September 20, 2013, MichiganVotes Weekly Vote Report

Update on recent legislative action

SEIU Under Investigation over Prop 4

'Dues Skim' took $35 million from Medicaid recipients

Dues skim took $35 million from Medicaid recipients.

September 13, 2013, MichiganVotes Weekly Vote Report

Update on recent legislative action

Union's Specious Claim in Indiana RTW Case

Trying to use anti-slavery clause to deny worker freedom

Trying to use anti-slavery clause to deny worker freedom.

September 6, 2013, MichiganVotes Weekly Vote Report

Update on recent legislative action

State 'Super' Sizes Movie with Subsidy

Hollywood getting more corporate welfare from your pockets

Hollywood getting more corporate welfare from your pockets.

Implementing Obamacare

MichiganVotes Roll Call Report

It's About the Children, Not the System

Slate author, sadly, puts system above students.

Center Scholar Interview in Wall Street Journal

Prof. Richard Vedder on college subsidies

Dr. Richard Vedder on college subsidies and rising costs.

August 16, 2013, MichiganVotes.org Weekly Vote Report

Update on recent legislative action

Berrien Springs: Leading the Way

Innovating outside of district boundaries

Innovating outside of district boundaries.

Regulatory Roadblocks Hurt the Poor

Licensing reform is one place to start.

August 9, 2013, MichiganVotes.org Weekly Vote Report

Update on recent legislative action

MEA Should Support Teacher Evaluations

Seniority doesn't always equal effectiveness.

WingsWorld on Fox Business

LaFaive on Fox's "Money" discussing Detroit

August 2, 2013, MichiganVotes.org Weekly Vote Report

Action on Obamacare Medicaid Expansion

Commentary: Rethinking Common Core

Rejecting Common Core standards will benefit Michigan schools.

Milton Friedman's Education Ideas Still Relevant Today

Comprehensive school schoice helps failing schools.

One More Time: Minimum Wage Laws Hurt People

Protestors are well-intentioned but misinformed.

A Look at Michigan’s June Spike in Unemployment Rate

More people are looking, not waiting, for work.

Detroit Bankruptcy

It should never have come to pass

It should never have come to pass.

Licensing Lunacy

Legislators should reduce occupational licensing burden.