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"Other states are blazing far ahead of Michigan in renewable energy." Sierra Club Michigan Chapter's Jan O'Connell
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BREAKING NEWS: President Bill Clinton endorses Proposal 3! “Proposal 3 is Michigan’s best opportunity this year to jumpstart the state’s economy by creating 94,000 jobs and increasing the use of renewable energy.”
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Proposal 3 supporters pushback on misleading attacks coming from the same folks that hike your electric bills. Watch and Share our ad!
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Utility-backed group drops millions on misleading, deceptive TV ads leading up to Election Day. Don’t let your friends fall for the lies and deception!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Monday, Oct. 22, 2012. CONTACT: Mark Fisk, Michigan Energy Michigan Jobs, (517) 333-1606. In last-ditch bid, utility front group dumping additional $10 million to beat Proposal ...
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50 cents. That's the cost for more jobs, cleaner air and water. SHARE with your networks. Tell them not to buy the big utility lies!

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Endorsement news! Southeast Michigan Regional Energy Office endorses Proposal 3, says it will reduce costs, create jobs! Thank you for joining the coalition!
Southeast Michigan Regional Energy Office endorses Proposal 3. Municipal leaders urge Yes vote on Nov. 6. FERNDALE – The Southeast Michigan Regional Energy Office, an organization dedicated to reducin...
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"Although it uses the words clean and renewable in its name, it's hard to see how CARE actually cares much about either. In fact, CARE is really a utility industry front group, backed primarily by DTE Energy and Consumers Energy. So, here's one question: Are these companies looking out for your best interests, or theirs." Don't let your friends fall for these tricks! Share with your networks!
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Every YES vote for Proposal 3 is a vote to rebuild Michigan’s economy and reshape our state’s future -- creating jobs, saving energy costs and protecting public health.

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"If anyone believes renewable technology does not work, have them visit my farm for a day. Vote for our children's future and say yes to proposal 3."
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Reason #21 to vote Yes on Proposal 3

Michigan has the lowest use of renewable energy and some of the highest electricity rates in the Midwest, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. This is not a coincidence. We can do something about this. Vote YES on 3!
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"Forward-thinking businesspersons like myself understand the costs of shortsighted profits over long-range returns. Voting "Yes!" on Proposal 3 is the smart thing to do for business in Michigan, and the right thing to do for future generations." Metro Delivery says YES on 3!
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Reason #20 to vote Yes on Proposal 3:

Proposal 3 will reduce coal pollution such as mercury, sulfur dioxide and arsenic, which are linked to heart disease, childhood asthma, lung disease and premature death.
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Michigan Energy Michigan Jobs
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Michigan Energy, Michigan Jobs is a bipartisan coalition of Michigan businesses, labor organizations, health care advocates and other groups. The coalition supports increasing Michigan’s renewable energy standard to 25 percent by 2025.