Michigan House Appropriations Committee Chair Thomas Albert, R-Lowell, issued the following statement after media reports that Gov. Whitmer plans to veto more than $20 million supporting maternal health and adoption from the Legislature-approved state budget:
Michigan’s new state budget will deliver what students, families and communities need to thrive both today and in the future, House Appropriations Chair Thomas Albert said.
House Appropriations Committee Chair Rep. Thomas Albert talks about the state’s 2023 Fiscal Year budget as it heads to the Governor, saying the plan provides increased school funding, pays down debt and leaves money available for tax cuts.
Rep. Thomas Albert, chair of the Michigan House Appropriations Committee, issued the following statement after today’s Consensus Revenue Estimating Conference: “Keep in mind these are simply revenue projections – not actual money in the bank. With all of the uncertainty in the economy, we must be careful – it would be a mistake to make […]