The legislature continues to debate a tax increase. Do you want an 18% income tax increase from 3.9% to 4.6%? Do you think that will help our state's economy? Do you think that serious government reforms should be part of the deal? Be sure to call your state senator and state rep today to let them know. They are set to reconvene at 1pm to continue the debate. This point in time is critical. We can either have long-term systemic government and budget reform, or just another fleece of the taxpayers.
Local Representatives and their contact information:
72nd District - Glenn Steil Jr., 517-373-0840, firstname.lastname@example.org
73rd District, Tom Pearce, 517-373-0218, email@example.com
75th District, Robert Dean, 517-373-2668, firstname.lastname@example.org
76th District, Sak Michael, 517-373-0822, email@example.com
77th District, Kevin Green, 517-373-2277, firstname.lastname@example.org
86th District, Dave Hildenbrand, 517-373-0846, email@example.com
Not sure who your Representative is? Go Here.
Local Senators and their contact information:
28th District - Mark Jansen - (517) 373-0797
29th District - Bill Hardiman - (517) 373-1801
30th District - Wayne Kuipers - (517) 373-6920
Not sure who your Senator is? Go Here.
- Michigan Legislature web site - Find your legislators to contact him/her
- Michigan Taxpayers Alliance - Organization fighting tax increases with recall threats
The question always comes up. What could be cut so that taxes don't have to be increased? Here is the list of $1.9 billion in potential cuts.