While the governor’s address was one of her more optimistic speeches — and I hope she stays true to her word on some of the topics she touched on — she missed the mark on issues that matter most to people in Northern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula.
State Rep. Jamie Thompson, of Brownstown, today highlighted advancing legislation that will bring relief immediately for people who are struggling to make ends meet in the face of surging costs. An amended House Bill 4002 raises the Michigan Earned Income Tax Credit from 6% to 30% of the federal credit and will make it retroactive […]
State Rep. David Martin this evening voted against legislation that skews the tax code to favor seniors with public pensions over autoworkers and others with private pensions, 401(k) plans, or other retirement accounts.
PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Mike Hoadley (right in top photo, left in bottom), of Au Gres, welcomed Gladwin County Sheriff Michael Shea as his guest on Wednesday, Jan. 25 for the 2023 State of the State Address at the state Capitol building in Lansing.
In his first votes as a legislator, state Rep. Brian BeGole helped advance tax cut measures that will let working families and seniors keep more of what they earn, while also sending a clear message that taxpayer money must be used in a responsible and transparent fashion. As amended, House Bill 4002 raises the Michigan […]
From left, Matt Covey, chief of the Waterford Regional Fire Department; House Republican Leader Matt Hall, R-Richland Township; former state Rep. Jim Tedder; and state Rep. Mike Harris, R-Waterford, pose for a photo at the Michigan State Capitol on Wednesday, Jan. 25.
State Rep. Ann Bollin today voted against legislation that skews the tax code to favor seniors with public pensions over those with private pensions, 401(k) plans, or other retirement accounts.