State Rep. Ann Bollin will once again serve on the House’s Appropriations Committee, which helps shape the state’s annual budget and any additional supplemental spending measures.
Bollin, R-Brighton Township, said she remains focused on responsible budgeting and government efficiency.
“As Michigan families pinch their pennies to cope with the ever-rising prices of groceries, gas and other everyday essentials, the state is sitting on billions of dollars in surplus revenue,” Bollin said. “Now is not the time to go on a statewide spending spree with taxpayer dollars. I will fight hard to put more of this money back into the pockets of the taxpayers who earned it.”
Bollin will serve as vice chair of the General Government subcommittee, tasked with developing budget plans for a variety of state departments. She also will serve as a member of the Corrections and Health and Human Services budget subcommittees.
“An income tax rollback is set to kick in this year. While it is welcome relief, it is not enough. I was hoping to hear the governor support a relief plan with immediate, noticeable relief to working families and seniors on fixed incomes who have been crushed by inflation…”
State Rep. Ann Bollin today voted against legislation that skews the tax code to favor seniors with public pensions over those with private pensions, 401(k) plans, or other retirement accounts.