AFP-MI encourages Michigan federal lawmakers to oppose any proposal to tax the Medicare Part D program in order to pay for higher levels of federal spending.
Lt. Governor Brian Calley and Senate Majority Leader Randy Richardville have predicted a vote in the Michigan State Senate as soon as this Tuesday on whether or not to expand Medicaid like President Obama wants. TAKE ACTION: Click here to urge your Senator to stand firm. “There are a lot of people that are considering support [...]
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According to MIRS News, the vote to increase the sales tax by one percentage point and place this decision before voters has been pushed back until next May or August's ballot. The grassroots message of prioritizing state spending before tax increases is resonating.
The state Court of Appeals ruled Thursday that Michigan’s right-to-work law does apply to state employees.