Nfib issues In Michigan

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Michigan

Fight for Small Business in the Road Funding Debate

A statewide ballot proposal to raise the sales tax will decide whether the lame duck road funding agreement stands or falls.

Michigan

Repeal Michigan’s Prevailing Wage Law

NFIB will be teaming up with the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) and other groups to repeal prevailing wage.

Michigan

Stop Local Government Wage and Benefit Regulation

Liberal activists want local governments to create their own islands of regulation and micro-management on small business.

Michigan

Continue Progress on Cutting Unnecessary Regulations

Progress has been made in improving our regulatory policy and cutting red tape, but there is always more work to be done.

Labor

Implement Michigan’s Right to Work Law

Legislation making Michigan a Right to Work state was passed in 2012; however the fight for worker freedom has just begun.

Michigan

Guard Against Attempts to Change the New Corporate Income Tax

Dumping the Michigan Business Tax (MBT) was a major win for small business, but new schemes to raise taxes abound.

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Michigan

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

PHONE:
517-485-3409

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#smallbiz asks #SCOTUS to prevent states from undoing legal agreements that are binding under federal law: http://t.co/D108Nsqdul
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Craig Carrel tells us how he and his business partner Gary Grigowski started their own #smallbiz in 1987: http://t.co/Qg25llcwrS
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RT @northsmallbiz: .@NFIB @OwensNFIB @JackBrandenbur1 tells Mich #smallbiz the Mich PIT needs to be eliminated. @AngeliniToni http://t.co/V…
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NFIB urges #SCOTUS to rule in favor of #smallbiz in State of Michigan v. EPA case this morning. http://t.co/GEb2Nl3jeq
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As #Obamacare turns 5 #smallbiz says there’s “not much to celebrate”: http://t.co/InNXqRapXf