Michigan Sales and Property Tax Amendment, Proposal A (June 1993)

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The Michigan Sales Tax ballot measure, also known as Proposal A, was a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment on the June, 1993 ballot in Michigan, where it was defeated.

Proposal A would have increased the state's sales tax at the same time that it limited property tax assessments.[1]

Election results

Proposal A (Sales and Property Tax Amendment)
ResultVotesPercentage
Defeatedd No1,164,46853.6%
Yes 1,008,425 46.4%

Official results via: The Michigan Manual 2009-2010

Text of measure

Proposal A was referred to the ballot by the Michigan State Legislature in House Joint Resolution "G".

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