Senate Bill 402 represents a good first step toward delivering meaningful, long-term tax relief to working Michigan citizens.
This legislation would let the free-market flourish by allowing people to freely sell their tickets for whatever price they and a willing buyer decide is fair.
The new budget agreement in Congress is another trillion-dollar backdoor deal that will increase government spending. If passed, this new increase will break Congress’ prior promise to cap spending at $967 billion, which was in the bipartisan supported Budget Control Act, or BCA. Government spending is out of control. The risky fiscal policies of our [...]
AFP-MI voiced its opposition to a key provision contained in SB 636 that allows $20 million dollars to be taken, mostly from cell phone customers, and handed over to telecommunications companies that specialize in traditional landline service.
The Michigan Business One Stop System, developed in 2007 with the purpose of creating a single point of entry for persons and businesses doing business with state government and streamlining the licensing and permitting process, is in woeful shape...