State Rep. Phil Green, R-Millington, today issued the following statement criticizing the governor’s call for a sales tax suspension on school supplies after previously vetoing three bipartisan tax relief plans passed by the Legislature:
“The governor is attempting to manipulate taxpayers. If she really supports tax relief, she would not have vetoed three of the Legislature’s bipartisan efforts to provide real tax relief to combat extreme inflation earlier this year.
“But people won’t be fooled by this ploy. The families, seniors, veterans and workers I represent are desperate for comprehensive tax relief, and this proposal from the governor won’t cut it. I urge the governor to work with us to provide actual, meaningful tax relief to Michiganders throughout the state.”
State Rep. Phil Green will host a pair of townhall events on new green energy laws and what they may mean for local communities and residents on Monday, Feb. 26 and Monday, March 4. Green will specifically discuss changes to local control for wind and solar siting projects that were signed into law in November […]
State Rep. Phil Green has joined several other Michigan House legislators in sending a letter of support to Texas Gov. Greg Abbott as the state deals with substantial federal overreach. The U.S. Department of Justice has recently sued the state of Texas over efforts to protect its sovereignty, security and citizens. “As state legislators, we […]
Legislator leads conversation in budget hearing on critical issues State Rep. Phil Green on Wednesday led discussions on key areas impacting the state and families across our communities – child welfare and substance abuse prevention – within a budget plan for the upcoming fiscal year. Green joined other House Appropriations Department of Health and Human […]