Freep Cites Fiscal Expert on Prop 5

Politicians do not like Proposal 5 on Michigan’s Nov. 6 ballot, Fiscal Policy Director Michael LaFaive tells the Detroit Free Press today, because it places more scrutiny on their work.

“It’s raising the cost to the political class, of reaching deeper into people’s pockets,” LaFaive said.

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