My name is Alexa and I am one of the newest interns at the Michigan League for Public Policy. I look forward to this exciting opportunity to work with the amazing staff here and gain experience [...]
It’s no surprise that the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is one of my favorite topics to talk about (I’ve talked about it here, and here, and here, and pretty much to anyone who will listen). I [...]
First off, I know what you’re probably thinking: “there’s no way Spike is his actual name.” While I cannot fault you for thinking that (it is a rather odd, if not interesting name) it does in [...]
League CEO Gilda Jacobs applauds governor’s stance against tax cuts, urges investment for a better Michigan for all
LANSING—The Michigan League for Public Policy issued the following statement on Governor Rick Snyder’s 2018 State of the State address.
We fixed how fraud is determined, now let’s fix the rest of Michigan’s Unemployment Insurance system
Governor Rick Snyder, just before Christmas, signed into law a bill package with fixes to Michigan’s Unemployment Insurance (UI) system that will prevent the false fraud accusation travesty [...]
LANSING—After getting the green light from the federal government, 10 states are pursuing Medicaid work requirements and Michigan could be next. But a new report released by the Michigan League [...]
LANSING—According to today’s Consensus Revenue Estimating Conference (CREC), Michigan’s General Fund revenues are remaining relatively flat, while School Aid funds are growing slowly.
From the First Tuesday newsletter Sign up for the newsletter and e-news While many of us are stepping off the scale and considering a new weight loss plan to kick off the new year, we’re [...]