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Headlee and Proposal A Explained for Michigan Counties

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November 1, 2017 - Author: Robert Kleine, Interim Director and Center for Local Government Finance and Policy

Michigan has more restrictions on the revenue raising ability of local governments than almost any other state. Th is is mainly because of provisions that were added to the Michigan Constitution in 1978, the so-called Headlee amendments, and in 1994, Proposal A, which made major changes to the funding of K-12 education.

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Tags: center for local government finance and policy, community, fiscal management, government, headlee, msu extension, proposal a, public policy, state revenue


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Mary Schulz

Mary Schulz
schulzm2@msu.edu

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