A news service for the people of Michigan from the Mackinac Center for Public Policy

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.

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.

And breaking a fluorescent bulb is bad news.

 

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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