The Michigan Ballot initiative that sought to increase the state's renewable energy portfolio to 25% by 2025 via constitutional amendment was rejected by voters on election day, along with 5 other attempted constitutional amendmentt.
Though the result is unfortunate, it appears to reflect Michigan voters' opposition to constitutional amendments. Support for renwable energy remains high throughout Michigan, as it does across the Midwest.
Read more about the Michigan ballot initiative at Midwest Energy News.
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