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An Unconstitutional Local Tax Grab

How are local governments trying to tax people who neither live nor work in their limits?

How are local governments trying to tax people who neither live nor work in their limits?

Line 5 Mediation Process Begins

Governor’s unreasonable stance on pipeline a risk to effective mediation

Governor’s unreasonable stance on pipeline a risk to effective mediation

Texas Energy Crisis a Wake-Up Call for Michigan

Mackinac Center Policy Forum – Virtual Event

The unreliability of renewable energy like wind and solar contributed to the problem that led to the Texas blackouts this past winter. What lessons could Michigan learn to prevent a similar problem here?

Introduction

Indiana Further Protects Worker Freedom

Workers for Opportunity praises effort to secure school employees’ First Amendment rights

Workers for Opportunity praises effort to secure school employees’ First Amendment rights

Conclusion

Earth Day 2021

Our future is bright

Our future is bright

M-STEP and Benchmark Tests Both Have Value

Keep parents & public informed, preserve future accountability

Keep parents & public informed, preserve future accountability

Endnotes

Extra COVID Revenue for Schools Averages $4,600 Per Student

But large disparities among districts; some get less than $1,000, others more than $10,000

But large disparities between districts; some get less than $1,000, others more than $10,000

The Captured Economy: How Government Rules Slow Economic Mobility

Mackinac Center Policy Forum – Virtual Event

Socialists on the left and populists on the right increasingly blame the free market for a host of issues: poverty, middle-class stagnation, income inequality and more. Further regulating the market is often the proposed solution, but sometimes its government rules themselves that stifle innovation and block people from moving up the economic ladder.