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DTE Shareholders Protest

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Published on May 4, 2012

Good Jobs Now marched in front of and inside DTE Energy headquarters on May 3, 2012 during the company's shareholders meeting. DTE posted a $720 million profit in 2011, but paid a negative 6% tax rate compared to the statutory federal tax rate of 35%. If this company was required to pay its fair share, DTE would owe Michigan taxpayers $16 million and Detroit $1.1 million; funding that could've went to a quality education for our schools, fixing our infrastructure, job creation and much more. Enough is enough!

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