Features and Highlights

Mackinac Center Tallies Proposed Expansions and Limitations in Gov. Snyder’s Last State of the State

The address contained five proposed government expansions and no limitations … more

Education Policy Expert Provides Important Perspective on New School Finance Study

Increased funding won’t automatically improve educational outcomes … more

Mackinac Center Tracks Lawmakers’ Missed Votes

1,153 roll call votes missed in 2017 … more

Teacher Sues Union Over Right-to-Work

A Michigan Education Association affiliate is violating state law … more

Mackinac Center Files Amicus in Pivotal Right-to-Work Case

Janus v. AFSCME could extend freedom of association to all public workers … more

Online Map Shows Local Government Retiree Health Care Funding Levels

Find out if your community can afford its retiree health benefits … more

Mackinac Center Settles Transparency Lawsuit with DEQ

Legislative clarity still needed for FOIA timeliness … more

Michigan House Should Pass Auto Insurance Reform Bill

House Bill 5013 provides the relief drivers need … more

Teachers in Taylor Win Final Right-to-Work Battle

Supreme Court rejects appeal and upholds teachers’ rights … more

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