State Funding For Michigan’s Universities Fell — But Tuition Rose Much More

Adjusting for inflation, tuition up $2.886 billion since 2000, state appropriations down $1.24 billion Read more

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Unsupported Numbers In State Budget Impasse News Story

Cites Michigan League for Public Policy President Gilda Jacobs Read more

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Despite Bluster And Bullying, 32,208 Left Teachers Union Since Right-To-Work

MEA suffered another legal embarrassment this month Read more

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State Law Restricting New Clinics May Limit Promising Cancer Treatment

Critic accuses health care rationing commission of mission creep Read more

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Michigan’s Roads Appear Middling-To-Poor, Not The Nation’s Worst

It depends on who you ask Read more

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State’s Pension Fund Managers Get The Big Bucks — Not The Governor

$438k for highest paid executive branch employee was a 7.9% increase from 2017 Read more

Commentary

Senate Bill Revitalizes Skepticism about Corporate Handouts

Policymakers and the public should question undisclosed expenses Read more

Analysis

Michigan Teacher Pay Scales: Top Out Fast, Then Go Nowhere

That’s the union contract most teachers accept when they enter the profession Read more

Analysis

No Such Thing As An Average Teacher Salary In Michigan

One teacher saw a $19,166 increase over three years; another, $435 over seven Read more

Commentary

Michigan’s Ineffective, Unfair and Expensive Corporate Handouts

The state should get out of the business of providing business favors Read more

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