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Michigan's Personal Property Tax makes the state uncompetitive in attracting jobs that should naturally gravitate to the Great Lakes State.
The state -- and Detroit -- should encourage that interest by pursuing an aggressive strategy to attract foreign job creators.
Republican Rocky Raczkowski, 45, is the former Majority Leader for the Michigan House of Representatives , and the former Co-Chair of Term Limits.
By a 3-1 vote, the state Board of Canvassers failed to certify a petition that would put the issue of raising the minimum wage to $10.10 per hour on the November ballot.
At first, other states across the nation were brushing us to the side, but now they're starting to talk.
EDUCATION: St. Andrew High School, Mumbai, India; St. Xavier College, Mumbai, India; University of Bombay, Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery; University of Bombay, Master of General Surgery.
Just look what your Michigan Legislature is asking you to decipher when you step into the voting booth on August 5: It doesn't mention the central issue the Legislature is trying to address: the phase out of the "personal property tax" on businesses.
Brian Cole, a four-star 2015 defensive back/wide receiver from Saginaw Heritage High School, announced his commitment to Michigan on Saturday afternoon -- one day before the Wolverines' annual "BBQ at the Big House."
Michigan is having their annual Barbeque at the Big House this weekend. Most of the recruits will come in on Sunday for the annual feast or as they use to call it "Junior Day".
For those who want to get ripped, Michigan freshman Jabrill Peppers showed that it can happen in a relatively short amount of time.
To be fair, it's unknown if any of the members pictured were involved in the recent OSU band scandal.
Justin Otero, 4, is a curious guy. But curiosity got him in some hot water at the Doughnut Inn on Monroe's Main Street over the weekend.
Projects resulting from investment missions showcase Michigan's comeback Friday, July 25, 2014 LANSING, Mich Six companies approved for state incentives this week have one key element in common - all are results of international investment missions Gov. Rick Snyder has taken since 2011.
Last year, we reformed Medicaid in Michigan and these changes are starting to show positive results.
This week two separate federal appeals court rulings came down on opposite sides of a key provision in the Affordable Care Act.
We're less than two weeks from Michigan's statewide primary. Once we get through that, we may have a few weeks before the airwaves are again dominated by commercials for various candidates for various offices.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 02:56 am
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