Features and Highlights

SCOTUS to Hear Case That Could Declare Agency Fees for Public Employees Unconstitutional

Mackinac Center Legal Foundation Filed Amicus Brief Asking Court to Hear Case … more

Arthur N. Rupe Foundation Debate on Money in Politics: How Much Should Be Disclosed?

Mackinac Center partners with League of Women Voters of Michigan and The Federalist Society to host event … more

Two-thirds of Respondents Want Tax Dollars To Go To Roads Rather Than Corporate Welfare

Over 60 percent of Democratic, Republican voters say yest to Michigan roads, no to MEDC … more

Worker’s Choice Gives Unions and Employees More Freedom

New study solves the issue of “forced-riders” and so-called “free riders” … more

Study: State Tourism Promotion Ineffective

Every $1 spent generates only one penny of extra spending at motels and hotels … more

Mackinac Center Legal Foundation Appeals Right-To-Work Case Involving Novi Teacher

‘The MEA has a duty of fair representation, yet it intentionally did not inform teachers of their rights.’ … more

Poll Shows Overwhelming Support for Redirecting Film Subsidies to Roads

66 Percent Surveyed Support Reprioritizing $50 Million Film Subsidy for Road Improvements … more

Poll Suggests Strong Turnout for May 5 Ballot Proposal

79 percent of respondents say they know how they’ll vote … more

Court of Appeals Orders Wayne County Circuit to Hear Claim Related to Union’s End Run of RTW

‘The merits are clear. The union and school district violated the law and thumbed their noses at the legislature.’ … more

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