A group that opposes efforts to build a new bridge connecting Detroit and Windsor says it’s well on its way to putting that question on the November ballot.
“The People Should Decide Ballot committee” says it’s collected more than 420,000 petition signatures in favor of a voter referendum.
If passed, the measure would implement a constitutional amendment requiring Michigan voters to approve any new international crossings.
Governor Snyder and Canadian officials signed an agreement to build a new crossing just last week. That's after Snyder's efforts to get the project through the state legislature failed last year.