“Michigan is sitting on a $9 billion budget surplus,” DeSana said. “We can afford to return more money to the Michigan taxpayers who earn it. We can give families and seniors some breathing room in their budgets immediately by reducing the income tax to 3.9%.”
State Rep. Jay DeBoyer today criticized Democrats for shutting down deliberation on changes to critical tax relief measures and said he will not support attempts to stop tax cuts by tying irresponsible spending measures to key items like tax relief. A law passed by the Republican-led Legislature in 2015 is expected to trigger an automatic […]
House Republican Leader Matt Hall, R-Richland Township, on Wednesday issued the following statement:
“The public outcry from Michiganders across the state has blown up Gov. Whitmer’s attempt to bankroll corporations by raising taxes on people and small businesses.”
State Rep. Ken Borton today expressed his frustration with Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and Lansing Democrats for seeking to block an automatic income tax cut that would otherwise take effect this year, helping working families and small businesses when they need it most.
State Rep. Tom Kunse today expressed his frustration with Gov. Whitmer and Lansing Democrats for actively seeking to block an automatic income tax cut that would otherwise take effect this year, helping working families and small businesses.