“When people get their 2023 tax returns, many will be getting back more money than they expected,” Johnsen said. “Those increased returns are a direct result of a Republican tax cut. Unfortunately, Democrats twisted the law, which was intended to be permanent, so it would only have effect through 2023. This new Republican plan couldn’t be clearer. The income tax would be immediately lowered to 3.9%, getting tax relief for the working class and leaving no bureaucratic loopholes for the governor to exploit.”
“Gov. Whitmer claims she’s helped Michigan families keep more of what they earn and reduce household expenses, but that’s not what I hear from my constituents who continue to suffer at the hands of inflation and burdensome income tax rates.”
“On Tuesday, we saw the people of Keene Township clearly and loudly object to proposed solar ordinances that would have drastically increased the development of solar farms in my district. Yet Lansing Democrats continue to push for radical, costly and unnecessarily rushed energy mandates similar to ones that have resulted to rolling blackouts in California.”
State Rep. Gina Johnsen (R-Lake Odessa) issued the following statement holding Michigan House Democrats accountable for the implications of their proposed surrogacy laws. The plan has been rushed through the legislative process and is expected to receive a committee vote tomorrow, just days after the plan was introduced: “I’m troubled by this proposal, because I […]
House Bill 5132 and Senate Bill 584 would make Michigan a Second Amendment sanctuary state, meaning state law prohibits the enforcement of gun control measures that violate the Second Amendment rights of its citizens.
State Rep. Gina Johnsen (R-Lake Odessa) has criticized Democrat-sponsored proposals that would repeal health, safety, and reporting standards for abortion clinics, pay for elective abortions with taxpayer funds, eliminate informed consent requirements, and permit partial-birth abortion, an extremely unpopular late-term abortion procedure. House Bills 4949-4959, the so-called “Reproductive Health Act” that was considered by the […]
State Rep. Gina Johnsen (R-Lake Odessa) is standing up for the rights of lawful gun owners in Michigan with two measures she recently introduced in the Michigan House. Johnsen introduced House Bill 4831 to create the Second Amendment Financial Privacy Act, which would prohibit banks and credit card companies from requiring Michigan retailers to use […]
Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, many Michigan residents lost family members and loved ones who were being treated in health care facilities and were heartbreakingly prohibited from visiting them even in their final hours. This should not be allowed during a pandemic or under any circumstance. These bills will ensure that patients will be able to see their loved ones when they need them most.
Anderson House Office Building
N-1097 House Office Building
Lansing, MI 48933
N-1097 House Office Building
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Lansing, MI 48909
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