The Michigan House voted to approve legislation that would convert the cents-per-gallon excise tax on fuel to a less-transparent percentage of the wholesale price. In the Senate, the proposal was amended to more than DOUBLE the current excise tax. If approved, this proposal would have Michigan drivers paying the highest taxes on gas in the country, [...]
Ask your lawmaker to support returning Michigan's $1.3 billion budget surplus to the people. Urge them to support reducing Michigan's income tax rate.
Senate Bill 402 represents a good first step toward delivering meaningful, long-term tax relief to working Michigan citizens.
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.
In these videos below, Bankrupting America profiles three different Detroit businesses and their hardworking owners. Listen to the stories of their businesses, the challenges they face every day from a dysfunctional city government, and their thoughts on the Detroit bankruptcy proceedings.