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Barbara Mezeske: Michigan dodged a bullet on income tax reform

by Barbara Mezeske | Mar 14, 2017   ()

In February, the Michigan House of Representatives rejected a bill to cut and eventually eliminate the state income tax. The bill would have cut the personal income tax rate from 4.25 percent to 3.9 percent, and then cut an additional 0.1 percent each year, until the tax was eliminated in 2057. The measure failed. All but one Democrat voted against it, and so did enough Republicans to defeat the measure, 55-52. Read More

*Barbara Mezeske is a retired teacher and resident of Park Township

Source: Holland Sentinel

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