Mackinac Center for Public Policy

Speaker Attacked by Students
The former President of the Mackinac Center for Public Policy Lawrence W. Reed talks about being attacked while speaking on a college campus.  Larry was in fact the first president of Michigan’s Mackinac Center for Public Policy, where he served for 20 years...
Auto Insurance too High?
The Mackinac Center for Public Policy, a self-proclaimed research and educational institute based in Midland, Michigan, has issued an opinion calling Michigan's no-fault auto insurance law a failure.
"Michigan drivers pay a hefty premium for no-fault protection but don't really ben…
Could DPS Become Charters?
The struggle to keep the Detroit Public Schools afloat continues, as the emergency financial manager has told union officials they can't pay district employees after the end of June. By then, the district will run out of money.
Various ideas have come up, as the state faces the prospect of baili…
Conservatives & Liberals Agree?
Apparently there is something that liberals and conservatives can agree on, and that is a plan to reduce the number of prisoners in Michigan.

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