Michael LaFaive, director of the Morey Fiscal Policy Initiative, told The Bay City Times that he was surprised Proposal 1 failed Tuesday, but not so with the five constitutional amendments.

LaFaive told The Times Proposal 2 was the “most harmful to sound public policy.”

LaFaive also said he’s curious to see how the Legislature responds.

“Will they view this as a mandate for greater legislative leadership and perhaps legislative reforms that they may not have considered in the past?”

For more reaction by Mackinac Center policy analysts on the election outcomes, please see here.


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