The Irony of Michigan's Film Incentive Program

A documentary criticizing subsidies gets them while another praising the program does not

Michael Moore made a movie criticizing corporate welfare called “Capitalism: A Love Story” and received $845,145 in corporate welfare from the Michigan Film Office. Chris-Teena Constas made the movie celebrating corporate welfare called “Jane of All Trades: The Rise and Fall of the Michigan Film Incentive” and didn’t get any money from the state.

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Some institutions of higher education have cracked down on free speech. Even in Michigan, universities have speech codes that restrict students’ speech, campus groups have prevented speakers from delivering talks and administrators have stopped individuals from handing out certain literature.

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