Nfib victories In Michigan

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Michigan

Michigan Becomes a Right to Work State

Years of effort by NFIB in supporting Right to Work finally paid off as landmark legislation was passed despite big labor efforts.

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Personal Property Tax Reform

NFIB supported reforms to the Personal Property Tax were finally put into place with the passage of Proposal 1 in August of 2014.

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Elimination of the Michigan Business Tax - $1.67 Billion Tax Cut

NFIB Michigan led the way in repealing the Michigan Business Tax (MBT) and replacing it with a new Corporate Income Tax.

Michigan

No DEQ Enforcement of EPA Wood Stove Rules

Public Act 417 of 2014 will prohibit Michigan's Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) from enforcing EPA’s wood stove rules.

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Protecting Property Rights and Avoiding Legal Costs

Efforts by trial attorneys that would increase liability and exposure for private property owners were cut short by NFIB action.

Michigan

Passed the Article V Balanced Budget Resolution

NFIB has made Michigan part of a nationwide effort to force Congress to adopt a Balanced Budget Amendment.

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115 West Allegan Street
6th Floor
Lansing, MI 48933

PHONE:
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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