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Return of the Mega Subsidy

Corporate welfare still demonstrably ineffective

Corporate welfare still demonstrably ineffective more

State Retirement Managers Develop Convenient, Hypocritical Excuse

Tantamount to only brushing your teeth when you go to the dentist

Tantamount to only brushing your teeth when you go to the dentist more

Why Michigan Has a Pension Problem

Everyone wants to avoid responsibilities on retiree benefits

Everyone wants to avoid responsibilities on retiree benefits more

Pension Protestors Should Be 401(k) Supporters

Offering 401(k)-style benefits is good for teachers and taxpayers alike

Offering 401(k)-style benefits is good for teachers and taxpayers alike more

Pension Funding Best Practices Remembered

But only when they serve bureaucrat Interests

But only when they serve bureaucrat Interests more

Hybrid Plan Did Not Fix School Retirement System

It is at risk of underfunding and has barely enough assets

It is at risk of underfunding and has barely enough assets more

Michigan Legislators Don’t Receive Pensions

Now let’s solve the problem for the rest of government workers

Now let’s solve the problem for the rest of government workers more

Michigan Can Afford a Tax Cut

State revenue has grown for years

State revenue has grown for years more

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A “bottlenecker” is someone who uses the power of the government to limit competition in the market and artificially boost their own profits. Bottleneckers use a variety of methods to achieve their goals, including tax loopholes, regulations, occupational licensing requirements, minimum wage laws and many more. The end result when these special interest bottleneckers succeed is fewer choices and higher prices for consumers, fewer job opportunities for workers and less innovation throughout the economy.

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