Mackinac Center in the News

Michigan Closer to More Available Dental Care

Mackinac Center recommendation passes Senate … more

Mackinac Center FOIA Lawsuit with University of Michigan Receives Wide Coverage

Here’s how the Legislature can solve the problem going forward … more

Short-Term Rentals Are Good for Michigan

State should stop municipalities from cracking down on homesharing … more

It’s Time to Allow Direct Vehicle Sales

You can’t buy a Tesla or a Fido in Michigan … more

Arbitrary Licensing Requirements Should be Scrapped

Unemployment is a leading indicator for recidivism … more

West Virginia Supreme Court Upholds RTW Law

Mackinac Center scholars support the ruling … more

How Michigan Could Benefit from District Voting

Joe Lehman discusses concept on MIRS podcast … more

As Feds Expand Forfeiture, Michigan Looks to Restrict It

Preserving property rights is essential … more

Kids Experience Entrepreneurship at Detroit Children's Business Fair

Second annual event provided opportunities to learn, grow and earn money … more

Michigan Government Salaries Database Shows Value of Transparency

Public records now at public’s fingertips … more

Prompt Government Transparency is Vital to Democracy

Delay of 106 days results in lawsuit for University of Michigan … more

Republicans, Pursue Your Agenda with Gusto

Advice for the Legislative majority … more

Ideas Liberals and Conservatives Can Agree On

Plenty of middle ground, even in a divisive political climate … more

The Cost of High Cigarette Taxes

Research reveals unintended consequences of tax … more

Kentucky, Missouri Set Off Wave of Labor Reform

2017 poised to be big year for worker freedom … more

Michigan Should End Civil Asset Forfeiture

Require a criminal conviction before taking people’s property … more

Kentucky Becomes Nation’s 27th Right-to-Work State

Bluegrass State first of several likely to pass such legislation in 2017 … more

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