Gov. Snyder

by John J. Miller on July 7, 2014

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My article on Gov. Rick Snyder of Michigan is in the new National Review.

What’s the most unexpected thing Snyder has had to learn? The governor answers immediately, with a laugh: “I had to study legislation on the appropriate age for petting bear cubs.” The matter arose last year, in a dispute over the practices of a petting zoo in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Snyder doesn’t appear to regard such minutiae as distractions or irritants — or beyond the scope of a limited government.


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