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Bureau Notes 512 ( October 1946 ) 5 pages

The Sales Tax Amendment

A proposed constitutional amendment (No. 2) is to be voted upon at the election November 5 providing that one cent of the sales tax should be distributed to localities; half cent to cities, villages, and townships, half cent to schools. The Bureau believes the proposal is unsound in principle, is inimical to the best interests of good government in the state, and could readily be contrary to the best interests of Detroit.
Bureau Notes 512 ( October 1946 ) 5 pages

The Sales Tax Amendment

A proposed constitutional amendment (No. 2) is to be voted upon at the election November 5 providing that one cent of the sales tax should be distributed to localities; half cent to cities, villages, and townships, half cent to schools. The Bureau believes the proposal is unsound in principle, is inimical to the best interests of good government in the state, and could readily be contrary to the best interests of Detroit.

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