Rep. Slagh announced today that Senate Republicans succeeded in securing expected tax relief for Michigan workers and seniors.
In 2015, Republicans in the Legislature created a state law that ensured an automatic income tax rollback if the state’s budget surplus surpassed a certain level, which happened this year, but the governor attempted to thwart the law and prevent the rollback that Michigan taxpayers are owed under the law.
“I’m pleased to see Senate Republicans held strong to prevent the stifling of tax rollbacks that Michigan workers and small businesses are owed this spring,” Slagh said. “West Michigan’s hardworking taxpayers can rest assured that Republicans are in their corner – working to ensure they keep more of what they earn.”
The Senate advanced House Bill 4001 Tuesday night, after Republicans prevented Democrats from giving the bill immediate effect, which would have been necessary to move state money around to block the permanent, automatic income tax cut that is expected to take effect this spring for residents and small businesses throughout Michigan.
Rep. Slagh has introduced legislation to clarify the intent of an existing state law that prevents the taxable value of a home from being uncapped when ownership is transferred between close relatives.
Local office hours are an opportunity for constituents to meet face-to-face with Rep. Slagh to share their thoughts, questions, and concerns. The meetings will be held on Friday, April 28. Click to see times and locations.
During a House Appropriations Committee meeting, Slagh offered an amendment to prohibit taxpayer funding for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion training from being included in several Michigan state budgets unless the law requires it. The legislator said the training is an unnecessary use of the people’s money.
State Rep. Bradley Slagh (R-Zeeland) invites residents to join him at his upcoming evening office hours in Jenison, Hudsonville and Zeeland. Local office hours are an opportunity for constituents to meet face-to-face with Rep. Slagh to share their thoughts, questions, and concerns. No appointments are necessary to attend. The meetings will be held on Monday, […]
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