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National School Choice Week

Student displays, performances and testimonials will showcase the value Michigan families receive when they exercise choice to meet their educational needs.

More Budget Reform Ideas for 2019

Plenty of useless spending can be cut this year

Plenty of useless spending can be cut this year

Michigan Charter Schools Turn 25

Quarter century later, educational choice needs renewed vigilance

Quarter century later, educational choice needs renewed vigilance

Current Campaigns

The Mackinac Center's most pressing issues and campaigns.

Still a Long Way To Go for Detroit

The city still has a slow job growth compared to other large cities

The city still has a slow job growth compared to other large cities

In Memory of Stan Brock

Founder of Remote Area Medical passes away in 2018

Founder of Remote Area Medical passes away in 2018

Union Release Time Was Once Unconstitutional

Lawmakers should retain a healthy skepticism about spending tax money on private interests

Lawmakers should retain a healthy skepticism about spending tax money on private interests

Fewer Parents Taking Education for Granted

Surveys highlight growing involvement, diverse goals

Surveys highlight growing involvement, diverse goals

Proposed Law Changes Licensing Rules for Some Psychologists

Limited licensed psychologists with master's degrees would become psychological associates

Limited licensed psychologists with master's degrees would become psychological associates

The Costly Part of Government-Owned Broadband

Government-led broadband projects leave taxpayers on the hook

Government-led broadband projects leave taxpayers on the hook

What You May Expect To See In Lame Duck

This week's MichiganVotes focuses on bills that may arise during lame duck session

This week's MichiganVotes focuses on bills that may arise during lame duck session

Red or Blue, Criminal Justice Still Gets a Green Light

Election outcomes matter less when the issue enjoys substantial bipartisan support

Election outcomes matter less when the issue enjoys substantial bipartisan support

The Good News And Bad News For UAW Members

Their money is being mismanaged but you don’t have to contribute

Their money is being mismanaged but you don’t have to contribute

Brews and Views

Join us for a panel discussion on the role of private efforts to protect and conserve natural areas and resources.