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Anne Schieber

Senior Investigative Analyst

Anne Schieber is the senior investigative analyst for the Mackinac Center for Public Policy. She produces investigative video reports that demonstrate the impact of public policies on people’s lives.

Prior to joining the Mackinac Center staff, Anne spent 30 years in broadcast journalism. She was a high-profile, award-winning reporter and anchor for WOOD-TV in Grand Rapids between 1998 and 2011. Anne has also worked for stations in Kalamazoo, Minneapolis, Buffalo, N.Y., and Allentown, Penn.

Over her career, she has won numerous awards, including a “Best Individual Reporting” honor from the Associated Press and “Journalist of the Year” from the Michigan Small Business Administration.

Anne received her bachelor's degree from Villanova University.

Tough Choices Ahead For Allen Park Emergency Manager

State of the State: Union Protests Outside Capitol

Anne Schieber catches protest, signs on camera. … more

Cutting the Union Cord: A Cautionary Tale

Right-To-Work Matters for Some Michigan Businesses

Right-to-Work Draws Attention

Supporters, oppenents show up in Lansing. … more

Unions Rig Proposal 2 Business 'Support' List

Predators Back In the Classroom? It Could Happen

School Districts Increase Taxes On Residents Without A Vote

Teen Entrepreneur's 'New Challenge Is Ahead of Him'

Nathan's hot dogs on sale today! … more

13-Year-Old to Reopen Hot Dog Cart

It took a national spotlight, but ... … more

A Boy's Dream Overshadowed

NEW VIDEO - Homeless Teen and Family Struggle After City of Holland Shuts Down His Hot Dog Cart

"All he wanted to do was sell hot dogs." … more

BREAKING NEWS - Boy Whose Hot Dog Cart Was Shut Down by the City of Holland Now Homeless

Mayor says city took action after restaurants asked for "protection" from 13-year-old entrepreneur with disabled parents. … more

Union Contracts, Bad Investment Force State to Suggest Emergency Manager for Allen Park

City Shuts Down Teen's Hot Dog Vendor Cart!

City Pays Pension and Benefits to Almost Twice As Many Retired As Current Workers

Ecorse: Regaining Control

Federal 'Stimulus' Spent $34.5 Million In Michigan For Only 183 Total Jobs

The Problem With Allen Park

Stealth Unionization Scheme Bleeds Medicaid

A City At the End of Its Rope

Michigan Senate Should Help End Illegal Unionization

Indiana Democrat: Right-to-Work Bill 'One of the Worst ... In a Generation'