Statewide Media Cite Center on Prop 1

Personal property tax issue on Aug. 5 ballot

An Associated Press story about the upcoming Proposal 1 on the Aug. 5 primary ballot cites a recent policy brief written by James Hohman, assistant director of fiscal policy, which shows the measure could be up to a $500 million tax cut.

The story appeared in Crain's Detroit Business, Traverse City Record-EagleBattle Creek Enquirer, Port Huron Times-Herald, Lansing State Journal, Grand Haven Tribune, Cadillac News and Midland Daily News. It was also cited in this online "editorial board" discussion at MLive.com.  

Lansing political newsletters MIRS and Gongwer earlier covered the policy brief.


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