House Republican Leader Matt Hall, of Richland Township, today issued the following statement after the Senate Committee on Housing and Human Services amended a bill to make an Earned Income Tax Credit increase retroactive to tax year 2022, echoing House Republicans’ calls for immediate relief:
“House Republicans have been saying all along: The people of Michigan need relief immediately to help with the rising cost of living. We led the charge to provide relief for working families on their tax returns this year, not down the road. Democrats wanted to drag their feet and delay relief, but by standing up for the people of Michigan, Republicans are advancing immediate relief.”
The governor is starting to follow Republicans’ lead in calling for immediate, fair relief for the people of Michigan, but she still won’t rule out blocking the automatic income tax rollback for every taxpayer and small business in our state.
House Republican Leader Matt Hall, R-Richland Township, on Wednesday issued the following statement:
“The public outcry from Michiganders across the state has blown up Gov. Whitmer’s attempt to bankroll corporations by raising taxes on people and small businesses.”
House Republican Leader Matt Hall, R-Richland Township on Friday issued the following statement, reacting to the governor’s latest proposal to issue one-time checks to Michigan residents, which reporting has said could still block an automatic, permanent income tax rollback for Michiganders and small business in the process:
House Republican Leader Matt Hall, R-Richland Township, on Tuesday issued the following statement:
“Whether wildly wasting tax dollars or angling to axe relief for the people of Michigan, Gov. Whitmer refuses to stand with the hardworking taxpayers in our state.”