Prioritizing government spending on essential services and empowering competitive enterprise.
Expanding access, quality, and affordability of care for all Michiganders.
Reforming senseless licensing and excessive criminal laws that prevent individuals and communities from working and thriving.
Expungement of old criminal records.
Civil forfeiture occurs outside of the criminal justice system and does not require a conviction of a crime.
Research and timely analysis of criminal justice policy issues in Michigan.
Time for Michigan to bring democracy to government unions.
Expanding investment in student success.
Many local governments have not saved enough for ‘OPEB.’
(and What We Can Do About It)
U.S. Supreme Court upheld the first amendment rights of public employees across the country.
Pension systems across Michigan are facing a crisis.
Research suggests that cigarette smuggling is a real problem in the United States.
Alcohol policies need to be reformed.
How tax dollars reach schools and what they are intended for.
Kids get the opportunity to create and sell their product to the public.
Charter schools are public schools that are free to attend and must accept all students who apply.
This visual timeline examines labor reforms and the electoral aftermath in five states from 2011 to 2014.
Celebrating the individuals who reflect the values of entrepreneurship and civil society.
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