Dues-Paying Membership In Teachers Union Has Collapsed Since Right-To-Work

MEA's persuasion and manipulative contract extensions not enough to keep teachers paying Read more

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Bills Would Slightly Ease, Not Repeal, Anti-Competitive Hospital Rationing Law

Action comes after state Certificate of Need commission tried to limit access to cancer treatment Read more

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Dangers of the Regulatory State: Overly Precise Rules

Meticulous administrative rules can make criminals of the well-intended Read more

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Teachers Union HQ Contracted Out For Janitors, Opposes Same For Schools

Half of all Michigan school districts outsource custodial services Read more

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Whitmer Ran On Road Repair Promise, But Will Spend Less To Fix Them Than Last Year

$40 million less; her one suggestion was a steep gas tax hike Read more

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Teachers’ Pay Didn’t Fall, But Great Recession Did Drive ‘Reduction In The Rate Of Increase’

East Lansing illustrates one way this happened Read more

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Teachers Who Talk Down Their Profession Often Don’t Mention The Benefits

A decent pension and good health coverage for life among them Read more

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Term Limits Blamed For Philandering Politicians, No Local Casino, More

The excuse for everything Michigan’s political class doesn’t like Read more

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Licensure Mandates Cost Michigan Jobs And Millions In State Revenue

Job restrictions also have disparate impact on youth and minorities Read more

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Latest Audit Finds Detroit Schools Budget Is Solid

District has 20% reserve, state average is 14.5% Read more

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