Seven ballot proposals heighten importance of Nov. election
On Nov. 6, voters will be deciding the fate of seven ballot proposals--six constitutional amendments and one law repeal. The last time there was this many proposals on the ballot was 1982, when three constitutional amendments and three laws were being voted on.
- Protect Our Jobs would protect the collective bargaining rights of Michigan workers.
- Citizens for More Michigan Jobs would establish eight new casinos across the state.
- Michigan Energy, Michigan Jobs would require 25% of the state's energy to be generated by renewable sources by 2025.
- Michigan Alliance for Prosperity proposes a two-thirds vote of the Legislature or a majority vote of the people to add or raise taxes.
- The People Should Decide requires public approval of the proposed new bridge over the Detroit River.
- Citizens for Affordable Quality Home Care would require the state to maintain a registry of home health care workers and allow them to unionize.