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By Eric Lupher/Citizens Research Council Those of us who have been around for a while remember the opening of each “M*A*S*H” episode, with the doctors and nurses rushing to the incoming helicopters to retrieve and assess [...]
*Michigan is in the national mainstream when it comes to the identity of its highest-paid public state employee. In about 40 states, that person is the coach of a collegiate football or men’s basketball team. Michigan [...]
*In “The real problem with law schools: They train too many lawyers,” Eric Posner writes, “The figures are grim, and the human cost is real. Ninety-two percent of 2007 law school graduates found jobs after graduation, with [...]
If you live in Michigan, you’re more likely to die from a bullet than from a motor vehicle accident. In 2010, the death toll from motor vehicle traffic accidents in Michigan was 942, the National Highway [...]
It might be only a slight exaggeration to say that as Southeast Michigan goes, so goes the state. The region, with roughly 50 percent of the state population and the driver of half its economic activity, [...]
In five years, total Michigan property values plunged by more than $260 billion, according to an analysis of state records by Bridge Magazine. But while the decline continued over the last year, it slowed considerably. Values [...]