Survey

1. The “Good Jobs for Michigan” legislation gives the state a tool to promote large-scale projects that would create jobs through tax incentives for the job-creating companies.

PRO: Improves Michigan’s ability to aggressively compete with other states and countries in attracting large-scale business expansions and locations that provide stable, good-paying jobs.

CON: Picks winners and losers among competing business projects. Tax incentives should be broad-based and not targeted to select businesses.

Do you support this legislation?

YesNoUndecided


2. Legislation is under consideration to require drivers’ education programs to teach drivers and passengers how to interact with the police during a traffic stop.

PRO: Supporters say traffic stops are stressful. Standardizing traffic stop interactions so that all involved know what to expect will make them safer.

CON: Opponents say driving is a privilege, not a right. It is the responsibility of drivers to act appropriately on Michigan’s roadways and when interacting with the police.

Do you support this legislation?

YesNoUndecided


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