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MEGA Tax Credit Legislation Approved By House

The Michigan House, by an overwhelming margin, has approved legislation prohibiting new Michigan Economic Growth Authority (MEGA) tax credit agreements. The MEGA program had been blamed for what was called an unexpected $9 billion tax liability to the state. MEGA agreements offer big tax credits to businesses that locate in Michigan …

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Prevailing Wage Law Debate Set To Begin

The Michigan Senate is set to become “Ground Central” for the prevailing wage debate next week. Senate Majority Leader Arlan Meekhof says a bill to repeal the state’s prevailing wage act, which requires contractors to pay union wages and benefits to workers on government funded projects, will go before a …

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Snyder Says He Will Not Run For President in 2016

Governor Rick Snyder says he will not run for president in 2016. The governor’s recent travels around the country sparked speculation that Michigan’s “One Tough Nerd” might like to try his hand at the presidency. But Snyder Thursday put the rumors to rest, releasing a statement saying he has no …

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