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Published on Aug 8, 2012
The vast majority of campaign money backing this supposed "Michigan" based initiative comes from out-of-state organizations hoping to get their hooks into Michigan's constitution and their hands into Michigan taxpayers' pockets.
Michigan voters can't be bought, and our constitution is not for sale.
According to campaign finance reports, outside groups have already spent $14 million to purchase a half-dozen proposed constitutional amendments, including the alternative energy proposal. In the same period of time the groups have raised $22 million and are expected to spend over $100 million to hijack the state's constitution.