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Michigan Land Use Institute

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This article is excerpted from the spring 2001 issue of the Great Lakes Bulletin, a publication of the Michigan Land Use Institute.

The Michigan Land Use Institute is a 2,400-member, nonprofit organization that works to expose the costs of sprawling development and to promote alternatives to growth as usual. The Institute’s statewide Transportation and Land Use Coalition of 30 organizations is focused on increasing public support for broader transportation choices and alternatives to wasteful and damaging highway spending.

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