The team of Michigan Center for Progressive Public Policy will meet in the Peninsula Room at the Grand Traverse Pie Company on Thursday, March 19 between 6:30-8:00 pm .
Visitors are always welcome. Contact Norbert Bufka at 989-835-2832 with questions or community discussion suggestions.
The Michigan Center for Progressive Public policy was established in 2017 to conduct policy research on matters affecting the people of the State of Michigan.
Our goal is to discuss and propose approaches to public policy issues consistent with the traditional American values of public education, equality under the law, and cooperation between government and free enterprise.
That includes labor for sustainable economic growth and development, promoting public health, and responsible stewardship of public commons and the environment.
We believe cooperation among the various segments of society builds a stronger society and economy than the current philosophy of the bottom line in a free market which has never existed.
MCP3 is a local nonprofit, tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code