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Rep. Howrylak: Time is now for Michigan to employ a state-run bank

State Rep. Martin Howrylak, of Troy, today formally introduced a bipartisan package of bills that would create and maintain a state bank. The bank would be authorized to engage in limited banking activities, including the facilitation of loans to eligible groups, municipalities and those who qualify for business-related subsidies. “This is a fiscally responsible solution…

Rep. Cole leads joint panel discussion on Michigan’s trucking industry

Legislators learn about federal regulations, electronic logging devices House Transportation Chairman State Rep. Triston Cole today took part in leading a joint committee meeting alongside Senate Transportation Chairman Sen. Tom Casperson with the Senate Transportation Committee to discuss the impact of federal regulations. Testimony and discussion revolved around the electronic logging device federal mandate and…

Rendon votes to override governor’s veto of tax relief

State Rep. Daire Rendon Wednesday voted to accelerate sales tax relief for Michigan families buying motor vehicles by overriding a gubernatorial veto with her House colleagues. The House vote means additional tax relief for people buying cars, trucks and SUVs with a trade-in. Current law calls for phasing in planned sales and use tax deductions…

Rep. Lucido provides vehicle for medical marijuana proceeds through state-run bank

State Rep. Peter Lucido, of Shelby Township, today introduced bipartisan legislation authorizing the creation and maintenance of a state-run bank. Lucido said the proposal helps solve issues created by the legalization of medical marijuana and funds originating from its sales. “Before I got to Lansing, the people of Michigan voted to allow the use of…


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