Michigan Employment Up, Food Stamps Down

No government program can substitute for strong economic growth Read more

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New Business Subsidies Authorized in Michigan

Lawmakers overwhelmingly supported corporate welfare Read more

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Unions Continued Steady Membership Decline In 2018

Percentage of total workforce in unions down from 10.7 to 10.5; government unions down a bit more Read more

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How Right-to-Work Affected Michigan’s State Employee Unions

See the status of five of the state's top unions Read more

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Spending Interests Wrong: Schools in Low-Income Areas Get More, Not Less

Media keeps repeating advocates’ misrepresentations Read more

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More Budget Reform Ideas for 2019

Plenty of useless spending can be cut this year Read more

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Right-To-Work Repeal Bill Denies Government Workers’ Civil Rights

Michigan Dem’s legislation appears to defy US Supreme Court’s 2018 Janus ruling Read more

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Michigan Charter Schools Turn 25

Quarter century later, educational choice needs renewed vigilance Read more

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Michigan Roads Benefit From Decline In ‘Fix Now Pay Later’

Engler and Granholm used state credit card for road repairs, kicking costs into future Read more

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Administrators: 98 Percent Of Michigan Teachers Average Or Above

Just 1 out of every 384 Michigan teachers deemed ‘ineffective’ by their school’s administration Read more

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