After the Governor vetoed a Legislature-approved tax relief plan for the third time this year on Friday, House Appropriations Committee member Rep. Annette Glenn says she will continue to fight for a tax rollback. Rep. Glenn says a state surplus, combined with rampant inflation, demand that people in Michigan be able to keep more of their money as soon as possible.
Rep. Annette Glenn said a budget approved by the Michigan Legislature today will invest in important regional projects, improve schools and make communities safer – all while leaving room for tax relief to help families fight inflation.
Rep. Glenn talks about her HB 4640, which adds “threatened harm” to the definition of “neglect” in Michigan’s Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Act. The change means anticipated or threatened harm to a child could be taken into account by courts. The legislation has been approved by the House and is pending in the Michigan […]