Ballot proposals aplenty coming this Nov., where Michigan voters stand now
This November, voters in Michigan will be asked to decided on around a half-dozen controversial issues. If the election were held today, the The Detroit News has a breakdown on where things would end up. Polls show the emergency manager law would be upheld, as would collective bargaining rights, and the effort to stop a new international bridge would fail.
Lansing - If the election were held today, Michigan's emergency manager law would survive a referendum and voters would narrowly reject the Ambassador Bridge owner's bid to require statewide votes for new bridges and tunnels to Canada, a Detroit News/WDIV-Channel 4 poll shows.