Years of effort by NFIB in supporting Right to Work finally paid off as landmark legislation was passed despite big labor efforts.
NFIB supported reforms to the Personal Property Tax were finally put into place with the passage of Proposal 1 in August of 2014.
NFIB Michigan led the way in repealing the Michigan Business Tax (MBT) and replacing it with a new Corporate Income Tax.
Efforts by trial attorneys that would increase liability and exposure for private property owners were cut short by NFIB action.
NFIB has made Michigan part of a nationwide effort to force Congress to adopt a Balanced Budget Amendment.
NFIB action defeated a proposed “Michigan only” MIOSHA rule that would heap new paperwork requirements on small business.