Richard H. Headlee papers, 1976-1992.

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Headlee, Richard H. (Richard Harold), 1930-2004. Richard H. Headlee papers, 1976-1992.

Richard H. Headlee papers, 1976-1992.

Subject files relating to the tax limitation movement in Michigan, especially the work of Taxpayers United for Tax Limitation and Taxpayers United Federation; includes photographs, video cassettes, and news clippings.

7 linear ft. and 1 oversize folder.

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Headlee, Richard H. (Richard Harold), 1930-2004

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Life insurance executive, leader of a citizens tax limitation movement in Michigan, officer of Taxpayers United for Tax Limitation. From the description of Richard H. Headlee papers, 1976-1992. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 34419423 Richard H. Headlee was born in Fort Dodge, Iowa in 1930. He gained political experience as an advisor to Michigan Governor George Romney from 1966 until 1968, before returning to private business. He was first named p...

Taxpayers United for Tax Limitation.

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Taxpayers United Federation.

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The Taxpayers United Federation, Inc. (TUF) was formed in 1979 when the Taxpayers Federation of Michigan, Inc. (TFOM), led by Allan Schmid, and Taxpayers United for Tax Limitation, Inc. (TUTL)headed by William Shaker, consolidated. Prior to 1979, both TFOM and TUTL were active in efforts to curb the growth of state and local taxes. TUTL, in particular, was the driving force behind the successful effort to place Proposal C, a tax limitation proposal, on the ballot in 1976...