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Labor

Implement Michigan’s Right to Work Law

Landmark legislation making Michigan a Right to Work state was passed at the end of the 2012 session; however the fight for wor...

Taxes

Follow Through with Personal Property Tax Reforms

NFIB supported reforms to the Personal Property Tax passed in 2012 will require a statewide vote of the people in order to impl...

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Support Federal Balanced Budget Amendment via Article V

The National Federation of Independent Business is backing action by Michigan and other states to pass resolutions that would f...

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Defeat the Minimum Wage Hike

Big labor front groups and other union affiliated organizations are getting ready to collect signatures to put an increase in t...

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Repeal Michigan’s Prevailing Wage Law

With strong NFIB support, Michigan has already made union favored “Project Labor Agreements” on public construction illegal...

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Fight for Small Business in the Road Funding Debate

In past sessions, several different funding ideas for roads have been proposed. While we recognize the need for good roads and ...

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ADDRESS:
115 West Allegan Street
6th Floor
Lansing, MI 48933

PHONE:
517-485-3409

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MI #smallbiz say rules for regulating #fracking are good enough and state cannot afford to limit future energy growth http://t.co/BVrQ6rpRpZ