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Rep. Allor announces tax relief plan for families, seniors

Michigan House legislators today introduced a package of bills to provide substantial income tax relief for families and seniors. The bills continue and increase personal exemptions for Michigan taxpayers and their dependents on their income taxes, while providing additional relief for senior citizens. Rep. Sue Allor said she fully supports the legislation, noting that northern…

Rep. Tedder: Bills provide meaningful tax relief for seniors, families

State Rep. Jim Tedder of Clarkston today introduced legislation to give seniors much-needed relief on their Michigan income taxes. Tedder’s bill would provide a $100 refundable income tax credit for a single filer age 62 or older. The credit would be $200 for joint filers. “As Michigan continues to experience budget surpluses, it’s an exciting…

Rep. Hauck: It’s time to give Michigan families broader tax relief

State Rep. Roger Hauck of Union Township today introduced legislation to provide significant income tax relief for Michigan workers and families. Hauck’s bill continues and increases personal exemptions for Michigan taxpayers and their dependents on their income taxes. Hauck also said he will support a companion bill providing tax relief for senior citizens. “The recent…

Reps. Miller and Chatfield introduce Religious Freedom Day resolution

Resolution for Uplifting Faith and Freedom in America State Rep. Aaron Miller of Sturgis today joined Rep. Lee Chatfield of Levering to introduce House Resolution 223 observing Jan. 16, 2018 as Religious Freedom Day in Michigan. Religious Freedom Day commemorates the anniversary of the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom, written by Thomas Jefferson. This statute…


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