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City hall, county government and the state legislature
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
SECURE Act also pushes back age for required minimum distribution.
(Watch this story Monday on WZZM TV 13) There is another twist to retirement planning for employers and employees following passage of a new law. Read More
Forum provides window into city’s strategic plan surrounding justice, health and the environment.
Grand Rapids City Manager Mark Washington recently provided a progress report on some key components of the city’s new strategic plan and its planned next steps in those areas. Read More
Kids Count project director for Michigan says adapting to converging identities taught her versatility.
Kelsey Perdue’s penchant for variety in her professional life has led her to a new role she says is tying together all of her life experiences and pursuits. Read More
LANSING — Marijuana sold in Michigan shops will have to have labels warning pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers about the health risks for their fetuses and infants under newly enacted laws. Read More
LANSING — A top Republican lawmaker on Wednesday came out in opposition to legislation that would ease Michigan election clerks' ability to process an expected surge of absentee ballots and avoid a delay in releasing results, saying it would set a "dangerous precedent." Read More
Professional Maintenance of Michigan tracks germs in the southern hemisphere to plan for winters.
The coronavirus has been snatching the headlines of global publications since December. Read More