CLOSUP's Michigan Public Policy Survey cited in Center for Michigan article, "'Shadow tax cut' deepens local budget crises."
Thursday, December 1, 2011
Data from the Center for Local, State, and Urban Policy's (CLOSUP) latest Michigan Public Policy Survey (MPPS) report was cited in a Center for Michigan article, "'Shadow tax cut' deepens local budget crises."
The October 2011 MPPS report found that fiscal stress continues to be a widespread and significant problem for local governments across Michigan. According to the article's author, a $900 million drop in property tax revenue is partially to blame for the stresses felt by local governments.
[Read more about the MPPS report]