Michigan State Income Tax Referendum, Proposal E (1980)

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A Michigan State Income Tax Referendum, Proposal E, was on the November 1980 ballot in Michigan as a legislatively-referred state statute, where it was defeated.
  • Yes: 1,288,999 (36.92%)
  • No: 2,202,042 (63.08%)Defeatedd

Proposal E was regarding Act 250 of 1980, to amend sections 51 and 475 of Act 281 of 1976, to increase the state income tax 0.1% for 5 years to fund the construction of regional correctional facilities, the demolition of the Michigan Reformatory, and other state and local correctional projects.

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