|Title||1997 City Income Tax Study|
In 1997, the UM School of Public Policy conducted a study of the impact of enacting a city income tax in Ann Arbor.
Although the document itself does not appear to feature any credit for authorship beyond the UM School of Public Policy, in a note to The Ann Arbor Chronicle, Armentrout attributed it to Edward Gramlich, who went on to be appointed to the Federal Reserve Board of Governors by President Bill Clinton in 1997, a post he resigned in August 2005.
|Source Organization||City of Ann Arbor|
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|Submitter Name||The Ann Arbor Chronicle|