This column originally appeared in The Alpena News on September 16, 2020 In 2015 as part of Gov. Rick Snyder’s push for road funding, the Michigan Legislature and governor established Public Act [...]
LANSING—The Michigan League for Public Policy issued the following statement on the special Consensus Revenue Estimating Conference held today. The statement can be attributed to Michigan League [...]
For Immediate Release July 22, 2020 Contact: Alex Rossman firstname.lastname@example.org Cell: 517-775-9053 Bipartisan cooperation, CARES Act funding soften difficult but necessary 2020 budget agreement More [...]
Here at the League, we admit that we like taxes. Taxes support necessary programs, services and investments that all residents benefit from. Plus, there are ways to make Michigan’s tax structure, [...]
Quick Links: Fact Sheet | Recommendations Executive Summary As Michigan grapples with the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, it is also sliding into a severe economic and fiscal crisis that has delayed [...]
What Is a Graduated Income Tax? Fundamentally, a graduated income tax is structured based on a household’s ability to pay. Under a graduated income tax structure, households with similar [...]
Contact your member of Congress today and ask them to support the Working Families Tax Relief Act.