Michigan Small Business Victories

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  • Small Business Expensing Made PermanentEfforts by NFIB have resulted in a permanent Section 179 small business expensing limit of $500,000 in the waning days of the 2015 Congressional session.

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  • Criminal Penalties for Paperwork Mistakes HaltedLegislation requiring the state to prove intent before they can pursue criminal charges for minor rule violations is now law!

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  • NFIB Supported Franchise Protections Now LawLegislation that would protect the franchise business model under state law are closer to becoming reality with two of the six bills needed signed into law in the last week of 2015.

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  • Road Funding Plan Avoids Tax Only Funding ApproachNFIB was the only business group that opposed efforts to raise more than $1.6 billion in road funding through tax hikes and registration fees alone.

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  • Greater Limits on Property SeizuresNFIB backed legislation that would begin the reform process for government seizures of private property were signed into law on October 20th by Governor Snyder.

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  • No More Local Government Paid Leave and Wage Mandates!NFIB action effectively halts plans by local government activists to mandate paid sick leave and higher minimum wages that kill small business in the community.

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