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.”
“Democrats gave hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars to Gotion despite Michiganders’ major concerns about the company’s ties to the Chinese Communist Party and how the plant will interfere with our natural resources,” said House Republican Leader Matt Hall, R-Richland Township.
“Gov. Whitmer’s heavily-skewed, partisan commission is nothing but a Trojan horse for new taxes,” Hall said. “After four years of failure, the governor has no plan to keep young people in Michigan, no excuse for our crumbling roads, and no vision to improve childhood reading levels.”
House Republican Leader Matt Hall, R-Richland Township, on Tuesday issued the following statement after the House Elections Committee passed House Bill 4156, legislation that would join Michigan to the National Popular Vote Compact and undermine the state’s role as a key swing state.
“Michiganders want public safety in our communities, but House Democrats are pushing radical, unprecedented plans to let dangerous criminals roam our neighborhoods,” said Hall, R-Richland Township. “The Democrats’ newest, extreme proposal could release the most brutal murderers and rapists from prison and inject them back into our communities.”
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