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Information on Ballot Proposal

Updated January 10, 2005

Supporters of a ballot proposal to prohibit the consideration of race, gender, and national origin in public university programs and government contracting have submitted petitions seeking to place the measure on the 2006 ballot in Michigan. 

Following is some information about the proposal, as well as guidelines for University of Michigan affiliates about their rights and restrictions during a political campaign.

Frequently asked questions
Questions and answers about the ballot proposal

Ballot proposal (MS Word .rtf)
Full text of the ballot proposal

Guidelines
Guidelines addressing the rights and restrictions of University of Michigan affiliates during a political campaign and ballot initiatives

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