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21 Apr
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Yard Signs Are IN!! Find out where to get yours….

  THANK YOU for the tremendous outpouring of support. Just based on the few facebook posts and emails that have gone around, over 1500 people have emailed info@saynotohighertaxes.org and requested information to pick up their own yardsign. Well, now you ...

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11 Apr
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Michigan ranks near the bottom…BEFORE Proposal 1

A comparison of the state and local tax burdens face by residents in all 50 states. Michigan residents pay taxes that are 22% higher than the national average and ranks 45 of 50 states – and that is before the ...

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09 Apr
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Little Support for Passing Proposal 1

It doesn’t matter which political party it is, the one thing that cuts across the political spectrum which people agree upon: SAY NO TO PROPOSAL 1! Click on the link below to watch the story…. http://www.wxyz.com/news/little-support-for-passing-proposal-1-at-forum-hosted-by-the-oakland-county-republican-party

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04 Apr
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Don’t Insult Our Intelligence….

Like we’ve been saying for weeks….the arguments in support of Proposal 1 insult voters’ intelligence. FROM MLIVE: Ken Braun: Proposal 1 proponents aren’t treating their own argument seriously The 2006 Michigan Civil Rights Initiative asked voters to prohibit the use ...

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04 Apr
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Join Us April 15th!

Join us at the State Capitol on Wednesday, April 15th at 1pm. May 5th Michigan votes on the largest tax increase in nearly 50 years. Lets send Lansing a message and display our displeasure on harmful and regressive tax increases. ...

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01 Apr
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UAW Local 598 opposes Proposal 1

UAW Local 598 opposes Proposal 1. Opposition to Proposal 1 is growing and reflects a great diversity of groups and individuals!

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01 Apr
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Listen to Paul Mitchell on WCHB in Detroit

Listen to Paul Mitchell speak with Cliff Russell on WCHB Detroit discussing Proposal 1.  

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01 Apr
0

FROM MIRS: Proposal 1 Continues Backward Slide In Poll

The third poll released on Proposal 1 in the last week shows essentially the same thing — the May 5 road funding ballot question is in bad shape. Today it was EPIC-MRA showing Proposal 1 losing 24 to 66 percent. ...

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