State Rep. Bill G. Schuette (R-Midland) today issued the following statement celebrating anticipated tax relief for Michiganders after the Michigan Senate advanced tax relief legislation originally proposed by House Republicans:
“President Reagan famously quoted that ‘imitation is the sincerest form of flattery’. With that said, I’m extremely flattered that the Michigan Senate approved of the idea I proposed on day one of the new Legislature to expand the Earned Income Tax Credit. This will help make life more affordable for Michigan families who are struggling with surging costs and inflation.
“People need relief right now, not two years from now. That’s why I kept fighting to make the Earned Income Tax Credit retroactive. I’m glad Lansing Democrats are somewhat listening. With this additional credit, more than 700,000 families will get an average of $3,150 back in their pockets this year.”
Senate Bill 144 now heads to the House for further consideration.
Representative Bill G. Schuette has announced that the next “Ask Bill G.” Office Hours events will take place on Monday, May 22 and Friday, May 26. “Ask Bill G.” events are part of Bill’s commitment to listening to residents across the 95th House District in Midland and Gladwin counties. “As I work to be your […]
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