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An article in the Michigan Daily, entitled "Michigan voters divided on Proposition 3," cited a panel discussion hosted by the Ford School of Public Policy's Center for Local, State, and Urban Policy. The event, "25% by 2025: Michigan's Renewable Energy Ballot Proposition," examined the proposed Constitutional amendment that would require energy providers in the state of Michigan to use renewable energy for 25% of their services by 2025.
Panelists included Sanya Carley, an assistant professor at Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Thomas Lyon, the Dow Chair of Sustainable Science, Technology, and Commerce at the University of Michigan, and Eric Lupher, director of local affairs for the Citizens Research Council of Michigan.
[Read the full Michigan Daily article]