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March 31, 2014

Great Article about the value of the Citizens Research Council of Michigan

Contact: Eric Lupher
734.542.8001

Great Article about the value of the Citizens Research Council of Michigan
CRC attempts to track media citations of our work and times when CRC staff are quoted regarding public policy matters. Yesterday the Downtown: Birmingham/Bloomfield new magazine published an in depth article about CRC. It is mandatory reading for anyone that cares about the Citizens Research Council of Michigan:
Public affairs research
Downtown: Birmingham/Bloomfield news magazine, March 31, 2014
CRC is always developing material to help build the case for support. If you would care to share your appreciation for the Research Council or are aware of other instances where journalists or others have written about the value and importance of CRC, please share them with crcmich@crcmichstaging.wpengine.com.
Founded in 1916, CRC works to improve government in Michigan. The organization provides factual, unbiased, independent information concerning significant issues of state and local government organization, policy, and finance. By delivery of this information to policymakers and citizens, CRC aims to ensure sound and rational public policy formation in Michigan. For more information, visit www.crcmich.org.

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Eric Lupher

President

Eric has been President of the Citizens Research Council since September of 2014. He has been with the Citizens Research Council since 1987, the first two years as a Lent Upson-Loren Miller Fellow, and since then as a Research Associate and, later, as Director of Local Affairs. Eric has researched such issues as state taxes, state revenue sharing, highway funding, unemployment insurance, economic development incentives, and stadium funding. His recent work focused on local government matters, including intergovernmental cooperation, governance issues, and municipal finance. Eric is a past president of the Governmental Research Association and also served as vice-chairman of the Governmental Accounting Standards Advisory Council (GASAC), an advisory body for the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB), representing the user community on behalf of the Governmental Research Association.

Great Article about the value of the Citizens Research Council of Michigan

Contact: Eric Lupher
734.542.8001

Great Article about the value of the Citizens Research Council of Michigan
CRC attempts to track media citations of our work and times when CRC staff are quoted regarding public policy matters. Yesterday the Downtown: Birmingham/Bloomfield new magazine published an in depth article about CRC. It is mandatory reading for anyone that cares about the Citizens Research Council of Michigan:
Public affairs research
Downtown: Birmingham/Bloomfield news magazine, March 31, 2014
CRC is always developing material to help build the case for support. If you would care to share your appreciation for the Research Council or are aware of other instances where journalists or others have written about the value and importance of CRC, please share them with crcmich@crcmichstaging.wpengine.com.
Founded in 1916, CRC works to improve government in Michigan. The organization provides factual, unbiased, independent information concerning significant issues of state and local government organization, policy, and finance. By delivery of this information to policymakers and citizens, CRC aims to ensure sound and rational public policy formation in Michigan. For more information, visit www.crcmich.org.

President

About The Author

Eric Lupher

President

Eric has been President of the Citizens Research Council since September of 2014. He has been with the Citizens Research Council since 1987, the first two years as a Lent Upson-Loren Miller Fellow, and since then as a Research Associate and, later, as Director of Local Affairs. Eric has researched such issues as state taxes, state revenue sharing, highway funding, unemployment insurance, economic development incentives, and stadium funding. His recent work focused on local government matters, including intergovernmental cooperation, governance issues, and municipal finance. Eric is a past president of the Governmental Research Association and also served as vice-chairman of the Governmental Accounting Standards Advisory Council (GASAC), an advisory body for the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB), representing the user community on behalf of the Governmental Research Association.

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