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Families Sue State Over Education Choice Restrictions

Mackinac Center represents five Michigan families to knock down unconstitutional and discriminatory educational barriers

Mackinac Center represents five Michigan families to knock down unconstitutional and discriminatory educational barriers

Mackinac Center Mourns the Passing of James M. Rodney

Rodney was a stalwart in his dedication to free markets and limited government

Rodney was a stalwart in his dedication to free markets and limited government

ALICE Report Provides Poor Measure of Poverty

New study identifies fundamental flaws with the report’s widely circulated findings

New study identifies fundamental flaws with the report’s widely circulated findings

U-M and the Mackinac Center Public Records Lawsuit Dismissed

The university was sued on behalf of ACTA

The Mackinac Center sued the university on behalf of ACTA

Lawyers Deserve First Amendment Protections

Mackinac Center files brief in U.S. Supreme Court case Crowe v. Oregon State Bar

Mackinac Center files brief in U.S. Supreme Court case Crowe v. Oregon State Bar

Mackinac Center Stands Behind Interstate Compact

New legislation to eliminate corporate welfare would be beneficial

New legislation to eliminate corporate welfare would be beneficial

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

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

Michigan Per-Pupil Revenues Reach All-Time High

Mackinac Center database reveals details of K-12 funding

Mackinac Center database reveals details of K-12 funding

Ten Rules for Responding to Pandemic Emergencies

New report takes lessons learned to show how policymakers can both protect individual rights and effectively respond

New report takes lessons learned to show how policymakers can both protect individual rights and effectively respond

Texas Energy Crisis is a Warning

Lawmakers should prevent Michigan from suffering same fate

Lawmakers should prevent Michigan from suffering same fate

Mackinac Center Announces Policy Priorities for 2021

Recommended reforms include ending corporate welfare, expanding options for students and removing unnecessary regulations

Recommended reforms include ending corporate welfare, expanding options for students and removing unnecessary regulations

Mackinac Center Once Again Among Top Think Tanks in the Country

Center’s influence ranked in top five percent of more than 2,200 think tanks

Center’s influence ranked in top five percent of more than 2,200 think tanks

Impending Federal Labor Policies Will Harm Workers

New brief outlines what to expect from Biden’s labor agenda

New brief outlines what to expect from Biden’s labor agenda

Mackinac Center Sues U-M For COVID Documents

University delayed months, then heavily redacted information related to the science and data behind executive decisions

University delayed months, then heavily redacted information related to the science and data behind executive decisions

New Report Combats Charter School Myths

Recent studies contain factual errors, unsubstantiated claims

Recent studies contain factual errors, unsubstantiated claims

Expungement Bills Offer Hope

A statement from the Mackinac Center

A statement from the Mackinac Center

Mackinac Center Statement on MDHHS Emergency Orders

Gov. Whitmer is attempting to sidestep the Michigan Supreme Court

Gov. Whitmer is attempting to sidestep the Michigan Supreme Court