State Rep. Cam Cavitt criticized Attorney General Dana Nessel’s opinion to block full implementation of the Republican income tax rollback plan, citing the bill’s original purpose as written by legislators to be permanent.
“Despite efforts from the governor and her allies to block crucial tax relief for every single working family and small business in Michigan, the income tax rollback will happen this year,” Hall said.
Rep. VanWoerkom reacts after Attorney General stated that Michigan’s income tax rollback would be temporary, despite its original purpose as written by legislators to be permanent. Her opinion contradicts legal experts, fiscal analysts, and legislative counsel.
State Rep. Bill G. Schuette today criticized state Attorney General Dana Nessel’s legal opinion designed to block full implementation of the Republican income tax rollback plan. “Attorney General Nessel’s opinion is a blatant, all-hands-on-deck plan by Democrats in Lansing to raise taxes on hardworking Michiganders. Democrats have tried every trick in the book to prevent […]
“Every responsible gun owner already knows how important it is to teach their kids gun safety and store their firearms in a manner that keeps young children from accessing them,” DeSana said.
State Rep. Matthew Bierlein, of Vassar, today criticized continued attempts by Democrats in Lansing to block the full implementation of a permanent income tax cut that will soon help Michigan workers and small business owners keep more of what they earn. Attorney General Dana Nessel issued a formal opinion today declaring that an automatic income […]
Johnsen expressed her opposition to House Bill 4166, which eliminates the A-F school grading system currently in place to measure the education-based achievements of Michigan schools, in a speech on the House floor.
State Rep. Matthew Bierlein this week voted to protect the rights of gun owners and expressed opposition to firearm legislation advancing through the Michigan House – outlining numerous implementation issues and an infringement on Constitutional freedoms. Bierlein, of Vassar, noted that broad storage requirements advanced on Wednesday don’t reflect the different dynamics and needs of […]
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