Which precincts voted for and against the income tax? What happened at the campus polls? How many people voted in the primaries but skipped the tax vote? ELi's Chris Root brings you the crunched data from this week's city tax vote.
East Lansing voters have overwhelmingly approved a city income tax, a measure aimed at addressing the City of East Lansing’s growing financial crisis. ELi's Alice Dreger and Kepler Domurat-Sousa report from City Hall.
Could Council Members look at your income tax returns? Is the "Yes" side going to return the marijuana industry donations? Is the "No" side making factual misrepresentations? We've got answers to your last-minute income tax proposal questions.
Registered East Lansing voters have the opportunity to vote on the East Lansing income tax proposal on August 7, 2018. This ELi guide provides information about the ballot proposal, including its background.
What had been sold as a way to bring diverse renters downtown is now being openly advertised as a "purpose-built student housing community" featuring "a ridiculous rooftop deck.” ELi's Alice Dreger and Andrew Graham report.
Earlier in July, ELi called for essays on the income tax ballot proposal from people who lived, worked and/or attended school in East Lansing. Here are six of them, three "yes" and three "no," from a variety of perspectives including retirees, an MSU student and a member of City Council.
So far, there's been a lot more visible activity on the "vote yes" side of the income tax proposal than the "vote no" side. ELi's Chris Root reports what we've seen in advance of the August 7 election.
If East Lansing's City Attorney doesn't have to pay for his sidewalk, why should the City make you pay for yours? A whistleblower is now pushing that question in federal court. ELi investigates the latest claims and counter-claims in the case.