If Proposal 1 passes, it would keep Public Act 4 of 2011 in place and continue to give the state options for helping municipalities and school districts that face insolvency, Assistant Director of Fiscal Policy James Hohman told the Oakland Press and Southgate News-Herald. His Op-Ed explaining the measure can be found in the Detroit Legal News.


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