Rep. Chatfield speaks on the House floor Wednesday on during the debate on the citizen initiative to repeal the state’s half-century old prevailing wage law, calling the system a government mandate that costs roads and schools.
Rep. Chatfield speaks on the House floor Tuesday, prior to adoption of his HCR 002, which calls on the U.S. Congress to fully fund the construction of a new lock at Sault Ste. Marie, saying a new lock is an issue of both national and economic security.
Rep. Chatfield talks about revisions in his HB 4001, which is now slated to roll back the state’s income tax rate to 3.9% over the next four years. The measure is set for final passage in the House.
Rep Chatfield talks about the first bill introduced in the 2017-2018 session of the Michigan House, his plan to cut the current Michigan income tax rate to 3.9 percent in January 2018, and then decrease the levy by 0.1 percent each year until the income tax is completely eliminated.
Rep. Chatfield speaks on the floor of the Michigan House Wednesday on the passage of the House roads plan. Rep. Chatfield is the sponsor of one of the bills in the package.
Rep. Chatfield talks about his testimony Tuesday morning before the House Roads and Economic Development Committee on his HB 4608, which reprioritizes $60 million in tribal gaming compact dollars from Michigan Strategic Fund to the Michigan Transportation Fund without altering gaming compacts.
Rep. Chatfield talks about his new legislation that prohibits the state from extending Michigan Economic Growth Authority (MEGA) tax credits.
Rep. Chatfield says the Governor’s focus on workforce development is good news for connecting skills with jobs.
Rep. Chatfield talks about his first day as a member of the Michigan House.
Rep. Chatfield updates his constituents about his first week in office.
Rep. Chatfield talks about his first days as a state Representative and his commitment to constituent service.