Features and Highlights

How to Collaboratively Manage Michigan’s Federal Lands

Study shows the benefits for public and private land owners … more

Seventy Percent of Michigan School Districts Contract Out for Services 

Latest survey results show continued widespread use of private contractors … more

Michigan Needs Bail Reform

New report outlines how to improve bail process to benefit defendants and the public  … more

New Study Explains ‘Voters Not Politicians’ Ballot Proposal in Plain English

Proposal 2 could completely overhaul the redistricting process in Michigan … more

Plaintiffs Sue New Jersey for Failing to Protect Employee Freedoms

Complementary My Pay, My Say campaign launched to inform public workers  … more

The Facts on Michigan’s Roads – and How To Improve Them

New study assesses quality, analyzes funding system and recommends improvements for Michigan roads … more

Mackinac Center Applauds Gov. Snyder’s ‘Outside the Box’ Reforms

Reforms expand economic opportunities for Michigan citizens seeking a second chance … more

Michigan Parents and Voters Strongly Support School Choice

Charter school parents extremely satisfied and voters favor expanding school choice options … more

Poll: Mich. Voters Back Tax Benefits for School Choice

Strong majority endorse use of 529 plans to help fund K-12 tuition … more

Supreme Court Restores, Strengthens Rights For Millions Of Public Employees In Janus Ruling

My Pay My Say is a national campaign to educate and empower workers to exercise these rights … more

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