New York Times - Tax deal suggests a new path for Obama.

Detroit News - Michigan should repeal "prevailing wage" laws.

Connect Mid-Michigan - Child-care provider asks Supreme Court to end forced unionization.

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Milwaukee Journal - Governor looks to end public-sector unions.

Washington Post - FCC "net neutrality" plan gets picked apart from all sides.

Washington Examiner - FCC head invents crisis for net neutrality "cures."

The Hill - FCC push to regulate news draws fire.

Wall Street Journal - A left-right coalition is emerging against ethanol subsidies.

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Quote of the Week

"Democrats on Capitol Hill have had two years to avoid this day of tax reckoning, yet they kicked the tough vote into a lame duck session. They proceeded to lose a modern record of 63 House seats. Then when a Democratic President seeks to spare the country a huge tax increase by cutting a deal with the soon-to-be-majority Republicans, the losers try to bust up the economy and the Obama Presidency on their way out of town."

- Wall Street Journal Editorial

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Ted Nelson is a retired Michigan State Police officer who trained police departments throughout the state on civil asset forfeiture. He believes the practice has been misused and needs to change.

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