Weekly Roundup - Oct. 23
Detroit News - More trouble for "stimulus" projects.
Washington Examiner - Weatherization program ripe with fraud.
Grand Rapids Press - Teacher retirement costs hit new high.
Kalamazoo Gazette - State tax law prevents citizens from knowing how many jobs are created by companies getting tax breaks.
AnnArbor.com - Dingell/Steele debate shows much difference.
Michigan View - What would Jesus drive?
Right Michigan - Secretary of State candidate Ruth Johnson gets endorsed by the Oakland County Democratic Party.
MLive - Michigan loses $2.5 billion, right-to-work states gain.
Wall Street Journal - ObamaCare is only for some.
Detroit Free Press - Con-con wouldn't solve Michigan's troubles.
Quote of the Week
"If we tried to start Home Depot today, under the kind of onerous regulatory controls that you have advocated, it's a stone cold certainty that our business would never get off the ground, much less thrive."
- Ken Langone, founder of Home Depot
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