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24 Feb

Does Michigan need an Anti-Corruption Act?

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A few facts about Michigan politics:
– Michigan received an “F” on its corruption risk report card
– Lobbyists outnumber state lawmakers 10 to 1
– Michigan politicians get half of their contributions from out-of-state donors

What do you think? Does Michigan need an Anti-Corruption Act?

 

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