36

Restore the governmental separation of powers by preventing the Legislature from delegating rule-making authority to regulatory agencies.
» www.mackinac.org/6352

37

Eliminate most of the 200 occupational licensure mandates, which are primarily protectionist in nature.
» www.mackinac.org/5570

38

Repeal a recent law that essentially restores the monopoly of old-line electric utilities and imposes "renewable energy" mandates on electric companies.
» www.mackinac.org/9467

39

Shut down persistent bureaucratic efforts to draft and impose “ergonomic” regulations.
» www.mackinac.org/7783

40

End all permitting and licensing functions in individual departments — including the Department of Environmental Quality — and reconstitute them in a new and separate department whose only function is to issue permits.
» www.mackinac.org/8054

41

Repeal the "minimum wage" law, which makes it unlawful to pay a person less than $7.40 per hour, regardless of voluntary agreements between an employer and employee.
» www.mackinac.org/7003

42

Pre-empt local governments from adopting so-called "living wage" ordinances, which typically raise the minimum wage that must be paid by businesses holding substantial city contracts.
» www.mackinac.org/1705

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