Mackinac Center in the News

Department of Environmental Quality Must Be Transparent

Michigan media reports on latest Mackinac Center lawsuit … more

Reforming No-Fault Insurance Would Lower Costs, Reduce Uninsured Cars

Van Beek discusses reforms in Fox UP interview … more

Mackinac Center Defends Resort Owner’s Free Speech Right

State media covers tourism bureau lawsuit … more

Workers Could Feel Pinch of Obama’s Overtime Rule

Vernuccio op-ed published in The Detroit News … more

Mackinac Center Weighs in on State’s Education Adequacy Study

State media covers school funding study … more

Snyder’s Veto of Aftermarket Auto Parts Bill a Win for Consumers

MLive covers defeat of anti-competition bill … more

Gov. Snyder Vetoes Bill Limiting Consumer Auto Parts Choices

HB 4344 would have increased red tape for consumers and businesses … more

Taxpayers Spend Millions A Year on Union Activities

Op-ed in The Detroit News addresses union release time … more

Uber May Be Opening Door for 21st Century Unionization

Vernuccio op-ed published in Huffington Post … more

Time for The MEA To Recognize Right-To-Work

Media covers new Mackinac Center lawsuit … more

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