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Mackinac Center Policy Forum

Traverse City

The Mackinac Center Policy Forum is a half day devoted to public policies that matter greatly to friends of free markets and free people. Join us in Traverse City as we discuss such topics as government internet, free market environmentalism, the state budget and related tax debate, education reform and recent legislative action.

In Praise of a Muskegon Inventor

An innovative product would pave the way to the snowboard

An innovative product would pave the way to the snowboard

Planning for Life Workshop – Charlevoix, MI

The Mackinac Center for Public Policy announces our 2019 Planning for Life Workshops around Michigan.

How to Prioritize the Budget to Spend $1 Billion More on the Roads in a Single Year

Lawmakers who want to spend more taxpayer money on roads can find another extra $1 billion by using these 13 suggestions.

Attack on Schools of Choice Unfounded

The state’s Schools of Choice program does not merit the attacks it recently received on a national scale.

Minimum Wage Laws Hurt People

A bill in Congress to increase the national minimum wage would harm young and inexperienced workers who need on-the-job experience.

Ontario’s Energy Woes Should Be a Warning

Providing affordable and reliable electricity requires more than just good intentions

Providing affordable and reliable electricity requires more than just good intentions

Cut the Budget, Raise Taxes or Wait

The forgotten option of the Michigan road funding debate

The forgotten option of the Michigan road funding debate