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Labor Reform in the States: A Video Timeline

Despite threats from unions and the politicians they back, voters continue to support legislators and governors who pass labor reforms which favor taxpayers and workers. … more

Charter Schools: A Choice for Michigan

School choice in Michigan. … more

Civil Asset Forfeiture: The Police Perspective Civil Asset Forfeiture: The Police Perspective

Ted Nelson is a retired Michigan State Police officer who trained police departments throughout the state on civil asset forfeiture. He believes the practice has been misused and needs to change. … more

Emmet County Spending Spree

Emmet County Commissioners are spending millions of dollars on lavish ambulance stations and an observatory to gaze at stars. The projects are being funded by a bond issue that bypassed voters. … more

Laws, Laws, Everywhere, Laws

The bigger government gets, the more laws it writes - regulating and criminalizing the slightest, offensive behaviors. Do we need so much regulation over our lives? What ever happened to self-regulation? … more

Why I'm Leaving the UAW

Terry Bowman has been a UAW worker at Ford Motor Company for 19 years. He explains why he is leaving the union under Michigan's right-to-work law. … more

Love Gov: House Poor

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