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Strengthen State Spending Limits

Government assistance allows more government spending under state limits

Government assistance allows more government spending under state limits

Michigan Wins by Attracting Everyone

College graduates and young people aren’t special

College graduates and young people aren’t special

Use Better Assumptions to Pay for Pensions

Lawmakers should pay close attention to state pension systems

Lawmakers should pay close attention to state pension systems

How Tax Policy Gets Poked Full of Holes

States should lower rates across the board instead of giving targeted exceptions

States should lower rates across the board instead of giving targeted exceptions

Doubling Down on Government Preschool

New Whitmer pre-K proposal would further restrict family options

New Whitmer pre-K proposal would further restrict family options

Taking Michigan’s Literacy Challenge Seriously

Tackling teacher prep, social promotion key to helping kids learn

Tackling teacher prep, social promotion key to helping kids learn

Michigan Can Spend its Fuel Taxes on Roads

Reprioritizing revenue to roads is better than taking on bonds

Reprioritizing revenue to roads is better than taking on bonds

Ed Trust-Midwest Report Misses the Mark

Huge price tag obscured by exaggerated calls for equitable funding

Huge price tag obscured by exaggerated calls for equitable funding

Court Cases Could Provide Detroit Students With Options

Nowhere do families need more quality educational options than in Detroit

Nowhere do families need more quality educational options than in Detroit

Rational Environmentalism in 2020

Find a balance between human welfare and environmental concerns

Find a balance between human welfare and environmental concerns

A Recap of the 100th Michigan Legislature

Legislators introduced 1,996 bills this year

Legislators introduced 1,996 bills this year

State School Aid Deal Fits Decade-Long Upward Trend

Reapproved vetoed funds puts final budget above 10-year average

Reapproved vetoed funds puts final budget above 10-year average

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

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

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

What Happens Now to Roads in Michigan

There are five potential paths lawmakers can take

There are five potential paths lawmakers can take

Keep Pure Michigan Spending at $0

The program is ineffective and a waste of taxpayer dollars

The program is ineffective and a waste of taxpayer dollars

A Global Climate Strike Isn't Enough

Personal responsibility will do more for the climate than striking

Personal responsibility will do more for the climate than striking

The National Vaping Ban is a Bad Idea

Mackinac Center signs onto coalition letter against national ban on flavored vaping

Mackinac Center signs onto coalition letter against national ban on flavored vaping

Retaining Students Who Lag in Literacy Pays Off

It's better to identify and address literacy problems early on

It's better to identify and address literacy problems early on

School Aid Budget Proposals Not That Far Off

Legislature approves 99% of what Whitmer seeks without a tax hike

Legislature approves 99% of what Whitmer seeks without a tax hike