Michigan Gaming Control and Revenue Act
|Elections in Michigan|
The Michigan Gaming Control and Revenue Act, passed by Michigan voters in 1996 as Proposal E and then expanded and signed into law as the Public Act 69 of 1997, allows non-Native American casino gaming in Michigan. The proposal was approved by 51.51% of the voters on November 5, 1996.
The text of the proposal as passed by voters:
An act providing for the licensing and control of casino gambling operations, manufacturers and distributors of gaming devices and gaming employees; providing for the distribution of revenue for public education, public safety and economic development; authorizing limited casino operations within the State of Michigan; and vesting authority for the regulation of casino gaming in a gaming control board.
Proposal E election results
|Registered voters and turnout||6,677,079||54.62|
- "Proposal E Full Language". michigan.gov. Michigan Gaming Control Board. Retrieved 2016-03-09.
- "Michigan Manual 2009-2010" (PDF). legislature.mi.gov. Retrieved 2016-03-09.
- "Proposal E Ballot Language". michigan.gov. Michigan Gaming Control Board. Retrieved 2016-03-09.
- "Complete Results from all Races" (PDF). michigan.gov. Michigan Department of State - Bureau of Elections. January 14, 1997. Retrieved 2016-03-09.
- Federal Election Commission. "Voter Registration and Turnout - 1996". fec.gov. Archived from the original on 2016-03-10. Retrieved 2016-03-09.
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