ballot Bill Clinton Endorses MI's Proposal 3 By Jake Neher • Oct 29, 2012 WKAR File Photo Former President Bill Clinton is encouraging Michigan voters to approve Proposal Three on the November ballot. Report: If Passed, Bridge Proposal Could Cost Taxpayers Big By Jake Neher • Oct 15, 2012 If passed, a ballot proposal meant to stall a new international bridge in Detroit could cost Michigan taxpayers tens of millions of dollars. That’s according to a report from the Senate Fiscal Agency. Report: Electricity Will Cost More if Proposal 3 Passes By Rick Pluta • Sep 10, 2012 401 K / flickr creative commons The campaigns squaring off against each other over Proposal 3 on the November ballot are arguing the economic merits of renewable energy. MI Supreme Court Orders Three Questions onto Ballot By Rick Pluta • Sep 5, 2012 The Michigan Supreme Court has ordered three additional questions onto the statewide November ballot. But it blocked a proposal to allow eight new non-tribal casinos. November Ballot Waiting on Word from State Supreme Court By Rick Pluta • Sep 3, 2012 WKAR file photo The Michigan Supreme Court is expected to rule early this week on which questions will appear on the November ballot. The court has to rule this week if the state is going to meet state and federal elections deadlines. MI Supreme Court Rulings on Ballot Expected By Rick Pluta • Aug 30, 2012 The Michigan Supreme Court is expected to rule Friday on challenges to four questions proposed for the statewide November ballot following a three-hour hearing Thursday. MI Supreme Court Hearing Will Zero in on Ballot Controversies By Rick Pluta • Aug 29, 2012 WKAR file photo The Michigan Supreme Court will hold a hearing Thursday on whether four questions should appear on the statewide November ballot. Court Orders Collective Bargaining Proposal onto Ballot; Challenge Expected By Rick Pluta • Aug 27, 2012 s_falkow / flickr creative commons The Michigan Court of Appeals has ordered the proposal to protect collective bargaining rights in the state constitution onto the November ballot. Casino Question Blocked from Ballot By Rick Pluta • Aug 27, 2012 clarita / morgueFile The campaign to allow eight new non-tribal casinos will have to go back to court to get a spot on the November ballot. Quick Action Ordered on Labor-Backed Ballot Issue By The Associated Press • Aug 22, 2012 WKAR file photo The Michigan Supreme Court has ordered the state appeals court to decide by Monday whether a union-supported referendum gets on the November ballot. Group Challenges Citizenship Box during Elections By The Associated Press • Aug 22, 2012 A group is challenging Michigan Secretary of State Ruth Johnson's decision to have a citizenship question placed on August primary ballot applications. Energy, Home Health Care Proposals OK'd for Ballot By The Associated Press • Aug 15, 2012 The Board of State Canvassers has approved two ballot proposals for Michigan's Nov. 6 ballot. Opponents Say Casino Question Should be Blocked from Ballot By Rick Pluta • Jul 24, 2012 Kevin Rosseel / morgueFile Opponents of a proposal to allow eight new casinos in Michigan will ask the state Court of Appeals to order the question off the November ballot. Business Groups Form “Vote No” Coalition By Rick Pluta • Jul 11, 2012 James Durkee / flickr creative commons A coalition of business groups will urge voters to say “no” to every question that appears on the November ballot. Four More Campaigns File Questions for November Ballot By Rick Pluta • Jul 9, 2012 James Durkee / flickr creative commons Monday was the deadline for ballot campaigns to turn in their petitions. A total of six questions and a referendum have filed to appear on the November ballot. Elections Panel Gives Go-Ahead to Union Ballot Drives By Rick Pluta • Mar 19, 2012 A pair of measures that would strengthen collective bargaining rights took a small step today toward being on the November ballot. Ballot Drive Seeks to Guarantee Union Bargaining Rights By Rick Pluta • Mar 5, 2012 Unions and progressive groups plan to roll out a ballot campaign Tuesday to preempt efforts to pass a right-to-work law in Michigan.