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Dems Plan Conference On Tax Cuts; Income Tax Maneuvers Unclear
Wednesday, February 1, 2023

House Democrats voted not to concur with the version of HB 4001 passed by the Senate on Wednesday, which cut the bill down to a shell and stripped all references to retirement income.

Nessel To House Judiciary: Expand The Consumer Protection Act
Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Expanding the Consumer Protection Act, creating new legislation out of recommendations from the Elder Abuse Task force, police improvement reforms and several other legislative proposals are priorities for the Department of Attorney General this year as it seeks to work with the new Democratic Party majority leading the House Judiciary Committee .

EITC, Retirement Tax Bills Clear House, Senate With Some GOP Support
Thursday, January 26, 2023

The new Democratic legislative majorities passed legislation Thursday rolling back the state's taxes on retirement income and raising the Earned Income Tax Credit with some bipartisan support, moves which would unwind key parts of former Governor Rick Snyder's tax overhaul from more than a decade ago.

Ed Groups Praise Whitmer Proposals; Republicans Raise Questions
Wednesday, January 25, 2023

Ensuring every 4-year-old child has access to preschool through the Great Start Readiness Program and to fund a statewide tutoring program via the MI Kids Back on Track were focal points in Governor Gretchen Whitmer's fifth State of the State address on Wednesday.

GOP Says Whitmer And Dems Need To Deliver On Details
Wednesday, January 25, 2023

Republican members of the Legislature criticized Governor Gretchen Whitmer's State of the State address for being vague and lacking in detail on policies, such as how the state plans to pay for universal preschool and expanding access to community college.

House Approps Subcommittee Assignments Made Amid GOP Criticism
Tuesday, January 17, 2023

House Republicans have expressed frustration with the way the new Democratic majority has handled committee assignments, particularly with the delay in informing GOP members of their Appropriations subcommittee assignments.

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