Rep. Posthumus talks about House passage Tuesday of SB 768, which provides an estimated $2.5 billion in annual, ongoing tax relief starting with a rollback in the individual income tax rate to 3.9 percent, down from the current 4.25 percent. Individuals over 62 would see their income exempted from taxes increase to $20,000 for individuals and $40,000 for joint filers. The plan also provides additional relief for families through a $500-per-child income tax credit.
State Rep. Bryan Posthumus (R-Kent County) joined the Michigan Legislature in approving a bipartisan budget that supports key public services, such as schools, law enforcement, and roads, while paying down debt.
State Rep. Bryan Posthumus (R-Kent County) helped approved a comprehensive House plan to improve the state’s child welfare system. The plan includes several measures instituting critical changes to correct areas where the adoption and foster care system is falling short.
Rep. Posthumus talks about legislation that he will introduce in the next few weeks that will provide for professional licensure reciprocity between Michigan and other states. Rep. Posthumus says eliminating some of the red tape involved with transferring credentials will make it easier for professionals to move to Michigan.