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School Retirement System Continues to Harm Members

Michigan's failed pension system is hurting school employees and taxpayers alike more

2016 Was Good For Michigan

Economy is growing and shows no signs of stopping

Economy is growing and shows no signs of stopping more

Pension Officials Mislead Lawmakers

Bureaucrats attempt to scuttle pension reform with inaccurate and irrelevant information

Testimony from state bureaucrats against pension reform bill is unfounded and inaccurate

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Key Criminal Justice Bills Working Their Way Through the Legislature

Proposed reforms to juvenile sentencing, prisoner parole time and judicial power

Proposed reforms to juvenile sentencing, prisoner parole time and judicial power

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Defined-Contribution Plans Help State Credit

Michigan's credit rating could increase after pension reform

Michigan's credit rating could increase after pension reform

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Where the Money from Higher Transportation Taxes Goes

A bigger budget means more money for programs beyond road repair

A bigger budget means more money for programs beyond road repair more

Michigan House Rejects Cronyism Bills

‘TIF on steroids’ legislation dead for now

‘TIF on steroids’ legislation dead for now

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Michigan Legislature Set to End Union Schemes

Special ‘release time’ and pension spiking arrangements unfair to taxpayers

Special ‘release time’ and pension spiking arrangements unfair to taxpayers

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After Election Season, Economic Liberty Please

Lesson from a state-by-state study: Liberty promotes prosperity

Lesson from a state-by-state study: Liberty promotes prosperity

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Jim Riley got his own fiscal house in order so he could retire. Now he wonders why his city government can’t do the same for their employees, and taxpayers who could end with huge bills from the unfunded retirement liabilities.

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