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Licensure Reform A Lame Duck Launch Failure?

This one has bipartisan support, so failing to fly in 2018 not necessarily the end Read more

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Practical Short-Term Health Coverage Unlikely Unless Legislature Acts

Useful option made possible by recent federal rule change, but GOP hasn’t moved and Dems likely to oppose Read more

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Michigan Should Adopt a Pilot Program to Fund Roads With Road Usage Charges

The state should look at a different source of funding for road maintenance Read more

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Michigan Democrats Slam Changes To Minimum Wage Law — While Paying Their Interns Nothing

Economist: Wage mandate ‘ends up hurting the people it is supposed to protect’ Read more

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More Insights from Mackinac Center’s Corporate Welfare Scorecard

New leadership brings hope for cutting corporate handouts Read more

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Up 10 Percent And $3.2 Billion, State Still ‘Starved For Revenue’

Long-time budget analysts stuck on half-empty Read more

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Lawmakers Have the Authority to Repeal Paid Leave Act

The margarine wars show that the Legislature has the power Read more

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'Stand Up To Billionaires And Corporations'? Tlaib Voted To Give Them One Billion Taxpayer Dollars

She approved 8 of 8 bills that authorized taxpayer subsidies to corporations and developers Read more

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The Costly Part of Government-Owned Broadband

Government-led broadband projects leave taxpayers on the hook Read more

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‘Union Time On Taxpayer Dime’: Now Or Never In GOP State House

Republican-controlled Senate has passed a ban twice Read more

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