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Michigan Tax Revenue Cut Sunset Provision Amendment (2014)

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The Michigan Tax Revenue Cut Sunset Provision Amendment was not on the November 4, 2014 ballot in Michigan as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment. The measure would have required a four-year sunset provision for all new tax exemptions and credits that reduce tax revenue.[1]

A sunset provision provides for an automatic repeal once a specific date is reached.[2] Based to SJR M, an approved tax exemption or credit which cuts tax revenue would not have gone into effect until “sunset,” which would be four-years after approval.



The following officials sponsored the amendment in the legislature:[1]

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See also: Amending the Michigan Constitution

In order for the state legislature to place the measure on the ballot, a minimum two-thirds vote was required in both the Michigan House of Representatives and the Michigan State Senate.

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