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Organization claims rules cost state 14% in income tax revenue in 2017.
Seniors in Michigan pay less than half the taxes that residents under 65 — and who have similar incomes — pay, according to a recent national report. Read More
LEO director presses for funding Michigan Reconnect, Going PRO Talent Fund.
A leader within Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s administration says he is “hopeful” a pair of adult education and workforce development programs will be funded this quarter by the Republican-controlled Legislature. Read More
Citizens Business Conditions Index rises in Q4 on trade optimism, consumer spending.
Easing trade tensions with China, increased consumer spending and a more stable interest rate environment helped improve U.S. business sentiment in the fourth quarter, according to the latest Citizens Business Conditions Index. Read More
There could be as much as 32% production loss if Chinese plants were to reopen in mid-March.
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) The auto industry is in the crosshairs of the latest global health crisis that has claimed the lives of over a thousand people while leaving more than 43,000 people infected, per the World Health Organization. Read More
Harvest Health & Recreation has dispensaries in six other states, but this is the first in Michigan.
A national cannabis company entered the Michigan market. Read More