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Uncritical Media, Politicians Once Touted Chevy Volt As Saving Detroit

Stabenow in 2010: ‘Production of the Volt will help strengthen Michigan's clean-energy economy’ Read more

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70 Percent Of Michigan Schools Outsource Noncore Services 

The number doubled from 2001 to 2014, but then stopped rising Read more

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Amazon and Foxconn Ignite Opposition To Business Subsidies

Expensive jobs announcements don’t foster economic growth Read more

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No More Compelled Dues, Strident Politics, A 22 Percent Union Decline

Michigan branch of teachers union sports a progressive politics Facebook page Read more

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School Districts Exaggerate the Harms of Losing Students to Choice

Freedom, flexibility needed more than extra funds Read more

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American Federation of Teachers-Michigan Union Membership In Decline

Union has had a 22 percent decline in membership since right-to-work Read more

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Media, Left Blame Deficit On People Keeping More Of What They Earn

They don’t like tax cuts but do like government spending Read more

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Why Michigan’s Free-Market Policy Wonks Are Thankful 

People are working, students are learning, pension funds are growing and more Read more

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State Officials Question Detroit’s Universal Preschool Plans

Is this the best use of that money? Can the city manage the program? Read more

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Tax Cut Deemed Budget Buster, But State Corporate Subsidies Total $623 Million This Year

Billions will keep flowing from Michigan taxpayers to a few corporations until at least 2032 Read more

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