Citizens Research Council of Michigan
The Citizens Research Council of Michigan is a privately funded, not-for-profit public affairs research organization that was founded in 1916. Since then, the objective of the Research Council has been to provide factual, unbiased, independent information on significant issues concerning state and local government organization and finance.
CRC: Proposal 2 Adds Constitutional Protections to Electronic Data and Communications
The non-partisan Citizens Research Council of Michigan recently released a memorandum on Ballot Proposal 20-1, an amendment to the Michigan Constitution that would “add electronic data and electronic communications to the existing protections against unreasonable government search and seizure.”
CRC Overview of Proposal on Natural Resources Trust Fund
The non-partisan Citizens Research Council of Michigan recently released a memorandum on the implications of Ballot Proposal 20-1 dealing with the Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund.
CRC: The COVID-19 Recession Imperils the State’s Cash Position
Check out The Citizens Research Council of Michigan’s analysis on how the COVID-19 recession affects the State of Michigan’s cash position on the short- and long-term.