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Report 312, ( February 1994 ) 26 pages

Analysis Of Statewide Ballot Proposal A: Elementary-Secondary School Finance

Would amend the Michigan Constitution to permit school operating taxes to be imposed on a nonumiform basis; limit the growth in assessments on individual parcels of property; increase the sales tax rate to six percent; require that the state guarantee school district operating revenue per pupil; and require a 3/4 vote to increase school operating taxes. Also describes statutory changes that would become effective with passage or alternatives that would become effective with defeat.
Report 312, ( February 1994 ) 26 pages

Analysis Of Statewide Ballot Proposal A: Elementary-Secondary School Finance

Would amend the Michigan Constitution to permit school operating taxes to be imposed on a nonumiform basis; limit the growth in assessments on individual parcels of property; increase the sales tax rate to six percent; require that the state guarantee school district operating revenue per pupil; and require a 3/4 vote to increase school operating taxes. Also describes statutory changes that would become effective with passage or alternatives that would become effective with defeat.

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