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Wed May 7, 2014
This year's primary ballot will ask you about taxes
The upcoming August primary ballot will feature something not usually seen on August primary ballots: a statewide ballot proposal, something we haven't seen in August since 2002.
This ballot proposal will ask you to decide the fate of a reform of Michigan's industrial personal property tax, but there is a pretty significant hurdle that backers have to face: that icky little three-letter word – tax.
Chris Gautz, reporter for Crain's Detroit Business, joined us to talk about all this.
*Listen to our interview above.
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