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Re: E-M:/ more than $3 million raised for proposal c



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Enviro-Mich message from "Jeff Surfus" <jeffsurfus@email.msn.com>
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Let me get this straight,

Proposal C has over three million dollars in backing by some of the worst
environmental offenders in Michigan and Spencer Abraham and John Engler
asking us to vote for it on television!  Further, Tom Alley (the devil in
disguise) has claimed authorship of this proposal in his campaign material.

I'm sorry, but there's no way that this can be a GOOD thing for our
environment.

Let's put our energy into making real changes, instead of essentially
providing corporate welfare.

Vote NO ON C!

Jeff Surfus


-----Original Message-----
From: Dave Dempsey <davemec@voyager.net>
To: enviro-mich@great-lakes.net <enviro-mich@great-lakes.net>
Date: Wednesday, October 28, 1998 4:21 PM
Subject: E-M:/ more than $3 million raised for proposal c


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>Enviro-Mich message from Dave Dempsey <davemec@voyager.net>
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>A pre-election report filed with the Secretary of State by the Clean
>Michigan campaign committee (for Proposal C) shows more than $3 million has
>been raised to run the biggest TV blitz ever done for an environmental
>proposal in Michigan.
>
>The report can be viewed at:
>
>www.sos.state.mi.us/cgi-bin/cfr/com_det.cgi?com_id=509352
>
>Key contributors:
>
>Michigan Association of Realtors, $75,000
>AAA Michigan, $50,000
>Consumers Energy, $125,000
>First Chicago NBD, $60,000
>Ameritech, $125,000
>Detroit Edison, $125,000
>General Motors, $250,000
>PVS Chemicals, $50,000
>Chrysler, $250,000
>Ford, $250,000
>Michigan Consolidated Gas, $100,000
>Guardian Industries, $25,000
>Key Plastics, $10,000
>Lear Corporatin, $12,500
>Dow Corning, $25,000
>Federal Mogul, $10,000
>Progressive Tool and Industries, $25,000
>Environmental Quality Company, $50,000
>Steelcase, $50,000
>First of America, $75,000
>KMart, $125,000
>Detroit Diesel, $37,500
>Penske, $37,500
>Michigan National, $50,000
>Blue Cross Blue Shield, $100,000
>Comerica, $100,000
>Dow Chemical, $100,000
>Haworth, $60,000
>Meijer, $125,000
>Whirlpool, $125,000
>Kellogg's, $75,000
>American Axle and Manufacturing, $25,000
>Masco, $100,000
>Foremost, $50,000
>Johnson Controls, $50,000
>Old Kent, $25,000
>Standard Federal Bank, $50,000
>Holnam, $25,000
>Rite Aid, $10,000
>Michigan Chamber of Commerce, $5,412
>
>Dave Dempsey
>Policy Director
>Michigan Environmental Council
>119 Pere Marquette, Suite 2A
>Lansing, MI 48912
>davemec@voyager.net
>www.mienv.org
>
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