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By Corinthian Scales, Section News
As Mitt says, "Corporations are people, my friend."
By JGillman, Section News
By far one of the most expensive pursuits Michigan taxpayers will ever have to pay, could be purchased by the gallon.
Or at least it could be if Michigan State Representative Tom McMillin has his way. McMillin has proposed legislation that ties any money taken from taxpayers for economic development or grants to a requirement of drug testing for principle recipients. Adding and amending this language:
Sec. 15. Beginning October 1, 2013, the fund shall establish requirements to ensure that any recipient of funds, including a loan, a grant, or funding or other assistance for a project,submits to and tests negative for substance abuse under a substance abuse testing program prescribed by the fund. As used in this section, any recipient who is not an individual includes all of the following:to the "Michigan strategic fund act," it places a realistic requirement that the corporate weasels who take strategic fund dollars are not just going to blow it all on .. well ..Blow.
Certainly no hotel room baked concoctions for these connoisseurs of the finest taxpayer largess. We aren't talking of a few misplaced bags of medicinal scratch, or toilet bowl punch either. But the good stuff that can only be bought with the type of green that is doled out by the news conference.
And THAT GUY was gonna party.
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