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On November 6, 2012, Michigan voters will vote on a referendum and decide whether to amend the Michigan Constitution with five proposed amendments.
The Citizens Research Council of Michigan is offering two ways to learn more about all six proposals.
Register for Webinars:
CRC will do two webinars to discuss the 2012 statewide ballot issues with the proposals divided into two groups.
- A Webinar to discuss Proposals 3 (Renewable Energy), 5 (2/3 Vote Requirement), and 6 (International Crossings) will occur on October 5 at 2 p.m. Click Here to Register
- A Webinar to discuss Proposals 1 (PA 4 Referendum), 2 (Right to Collective Bargaining), and 4 (Unionization of Home Health Care Workers) will occur on October 8 at 2 p.m. Click Here to Register
Read their summary:
The CRC has published a single paper that summarizes the six statewide ballot proposals to provide brief explanations of each question, identify the implications if each question passes or is rejected, and offer some major issues to consider. The content is based on the more in-depth analyses of the questions.
This is the eighth in a series of papers released in anticipation of the November 6, 2012, general election. The other papers and corresponding webinars can be found at election.crcmich.org.
The full report is available at no cost on the Citizens Research Council's website, www.crcmich.org.
Founded in 1916, CRC works to improve government in Michigan. The organization provides factual, unbiased, independent information concerning significant issues of state and local government organization, policy, and finance. By delivery of this information to policymakers and citizens, CRC aims to ensure sound and rational public policy formation in Michigan. For more information, visit www.crcmich.org.