Michigan Property Tax Reduction Amendment, Proposal D (1980)

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A Michigan Property Tax Reduction Amendment, Proposal D,, also known as Tisch Amendment II, was on the November 1980 ballot in Michigan as an initiated constitutional amendment, where it was defeated.
  • Yes: 1,622,301 (44.16%)
  • No: 2,051,008 (55.84%)Defeatedd

Proposal D would have decreased property taxes and prohibit new types of homestead taxes; require 60% voter approval to raise state taxes or fees; require partial state reimbursement to local units for lost income; limit legislature’s ability to change tax exemptions or credits or change per pupil formula.

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