High Court in Michigan approves ballot proposals, voters to face six proposals
Update 5:49 p.m.
MPRN's Rick Pluta tells us that this Friday the Board of State Canvassers will meet to finalize the language for the six ballot questions. Pluta says there is a word limit for each proposal that the Board has to adhere to.
The Michigan Supreme Court has ruled that the following ballot proposals should be placed on the November ballot:
- Tax hike supermajority
- Future bridge and tunnel vote
- Collective bargaining
The high court ruled that the casino expansion ballot initiative will not be place on the ballot.
So, voters in Michigan will face a total of six ballot initiatives this November.
Follow the links on the proposal description to access the full text of the ballot question.