LANSING - The Michigan Supreme Court today ordered three of the four ballot proposals before it onto the ballot, with only a proposal to add eight more Michigan casinos being excluded.
Ballot initiatives to require a statewide vote on a new public bridge to Canada, enshrine collective bargaining rights in the state constitution, and require a two-thirds legislative supermajority for state tax increases will go onto the Nov. 6 ballot, the court ruled in a consolidated opinion.
Today's ruling could have far-reaching implications for future ballot initiatives.
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