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Why Pension Reform Is Hard for Politicians

No consequences to kicking the can down the road

No consequences to kicking the can down the road more

Happy Anniversary Tax Hikers

Ten years have passed since we took your bait

Ten years have passed since we took your bait more

Taking the Pension Task Force to Task

Governments should stop generating new pension debt

Governments should stop generating new pension debt more

Taxpayers Deserve to Know Details of Business Subsidy Deals

State officials are hiding what should be public information

State officials are hiding what should be public information more

Flatten the Tax Code

Select tax breaks aren’t the answer to our tax problems

Select tax breaks aren’t the answer to our tax problems more

New Subsidies Show Which Groups Are Important to Lansing Politicians

Improving the rules for everyone puts residents first

Improving the rules for everyone puts residents first more

A Solution to Local Government Debt

Pension and retiree health care liabilities are in crisis and the time to act is now

Pension and retiree health care liabilities are in crisis and the time to act is now more

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There aren’t many policies that get near unanimous support from economists, but free trade is one of them. Despite this, a central theme of the 2016 presidential campaign, heard from both political parties, was that free trade was somehow harmful to the United States and corrective action was needed. Mark Perry, an economics professor at the University of Michigan-Flint and scholar with the American Enterprise Institute, makes the case for why President Trump’s assessment of free trade is misguided.

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