Michigan Utility Notification Initiative, Proposal D (1982)

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A Michigan Utility Notification Initiative, Proposal D was on the November 1982 ballot in Michigan as an indirect initiated state statute, where it was approved.

  • Yes: 1,472,442 (50.70%)Approveda
  • No: 1,431,884 (49.30%)

Proposal D was an amendment to prohibit utility increases without full notice or opportunity for hearing; to abolish all rate adjustment clauses; and to prohibit the public service commission from conducting 2 or more proceedings on same petition or application for rate increase and from conducting hearing on additional rate increase petition or application when utility already has petition or application pending.

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