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Millions Spent; Two Spillover COVID-19 Facilities: 5 Current Patients

COVID-19 and the Word 'All'

Both health and economic conditions make clear that we need to move to the next phase

Both health and economic conditions make clear that we need to move to the next phase

Face Masks A Flashpoint; Ohio Reverses Course

Lawsuit Lockdown Victory: But For Just One Illinois Politician

Many Emergency Orders To Fight COVID-19 Should Be Put Into Law For Good

As part of the state response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer changed some key regulations affecting health care. Michigan should enact these changes into law.

Michigan’s Personal Income Tax During Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic will cause state income tax collections to fall and could cause spending on Medicaid to increase.

Federal Cash is Coming for Michigan Schools – We Need to Use It Fairly and Smartly

Michigan will receive at least $478 million in extra federal funding that can be used for K-12 education. Here are some ways it can put that money to use.

Virtual Event: "Crisis and Leviathan" in Light of the COVID-19 Crisis

Join us for this online event as Robert Whaples, professor and chair of the department of economics at Wake Forest University and the managing editor of the Independent Review, discusses the classic Robert Higgs book "Crisis and Liviathan" in light of the COVID-19 crisis.

Planet of the Humans

New Jeff Gibbs/Michael Moore documentary targets green energy

New Jeff Gibbs/Michael Moore documentary targets green energy

Virtual Policy Forum: Education

Join us for an online policy forum on education policy featuring Mackinac Center’s director of education policy Ben DeGrow, Dr. Michael McShane, director of national research at EdChoice, and Robert Pondiscio, senior fellow and vice president for external affairs at the Thomas B. Fordham Institute.

Budgets in the Time of Coronavirus

State officials should consider bold spending cuts and other reforms

State officials should consider bold spending cuts and other reforms

Government Should Help, Not Lead Recovery

Protecting public health and safely reopening the economy are not mutually exclusive

Protecting public health and safely reopening the economy are not mutually exclusive

Now is the Time to Start Downsizing ISDs

Education bureaucracies should take brunt of looming budget hit

Education bureaucracies should take brunt of looming budget hit

Virtual Policy Forum: Labor

Join us for an online policy forum on labor policy reforms featuring guest speakers F. Vincent Vernuccio and Joseph G. Lehman.

Cabins, Hand Sanitizer and More

Michigan businesses continue to get creative

Michigan businesses continue to get creative

Former Union Members May Deserve Clawbacks

Mackinac Center amicus brief seeks clarity from the U.S. Supreme Court

Mackinac Center amicus brief seeks clarity from the U.S. Supreme Court

Virtual Policy Forum: Healthcare

Join us for an online policy forum on healthcare.

After the Virus: The Importance of Savings

Policymakers and others should consider ways to keep the economy strong.

Michigan Entered 2020 Stronger

Michigan’s legislators and governors have changed laws and regulations in recent years in ways that will help the state respond to the COVID-19 coronavirus.

Emergency Powers Under Michigan Law

Several state laws give Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer the authority to undertake certain steps during times of emergencies and disasters.

Legislature Has a Role in Emergencies

Governor Whitmer and the Legislature should embrace collaboration

Governor Whitmer and the Legislature should embrace collaboration

COVID-19

More Businesses Step Up to Help

Shoe factories, clothes makers and volunteers make masks for health care workers

Shoe factories, clothes makers and volunteers make masks for health care workers