State Rep. Bill G. Schuette, of Midland, issued the following statement after the State House approved an amended plan that follows the Republican tax relief proposal to put more money back in the pockets of hardworking Michiganders. An amended House Bill 4002 raises the Earned Income Tax Credit from 6% to 30% and will make it retroactive for the 2022 tax year. Schuette spearheaded the retroactive component with his own recently introduced legislation:
“Our House Republican plan allowed Michiganders to claim this tax credit this year – because people are facing financial difficulties right now. They deserve immediate relief and can’t wait until 2024 or beyond, as the initial Democrat plans laid out.
“I am glad we could collaborate on a solution that is going to provide hard-working families with real relief and make life more affordable. Incorporating our plan reflects what people really need – real help, right now.
“I will continue working to find solutions for hard-working people and their families across the 95th District.”
State Rep. Bill G. Schuette (R-Midland) today enrolled new legislation that would fortify religious freedom protections and clarify language in the Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act. House Bill 4345 has more than 30 co-sponsors in the House and has companion legislation in the Senate to be introduced by Sen. Joe Bellino (R-Monroe). “I want to be […]
State Rep. Bill G. Schuette today unveiled the House Republican plan that will improve Michigan’s lackluster standing on government transparency through comprehensive ethics and transparency reforms. The plans follow through on a clear call for greater accountability and transparency in government that’s been sent by voters and residents throughout the state. The multi-bill package works […]
The next “Ask Bill G.” Office Hours with Representative Bill G. Schuette event will take place on Monday, March 20. “Ask Bill G.” events are part of Bill’s commitment to listening to residents across the 95th House District in Midland and Gladwin counties. “As we have seen throughout this term and especially these last few […]
State Representative Bill G. Schuette voted today to protect Second Amendment freedoms by voting no on House Bills 4138, 4142, and 4143. This bill package requires universal background checks for firearm transfers and creates universal firearms licensing. “These bills will do nothing to stop future gun violence and are a serious infringement on the Second […]
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