State Rep. Ann Bollin today issued the following statement about proposals to cut taxes for the people of Michigan:
“The governor has vetoed tax cuts for the people of Michigan three times this year. But now, with some kids already back in class, she wants to begin discussions about a sales-tax break for school supplies? A genuine effort to get this done would have started weeks, if not months, ago. This is nothing but a bad election-year stunt to try and earn political favor.
“When it comes to tax cuts, the governor has repeatedly claimed to be on board, only to whip out her red veto pen when it comes time to deliver meaningful relief. Every single Michigan family would be able to pay less for gas and take home more of their pay if Gov. Whitmer had not rejected each of the tax relief measures approved by the Legislature with bipartisan support.”
State Rep. Ann Bollin, chair of the House Elections and Ethics Committee, today said an agreement reached between the Legislature and the Whitmer administration includes several critical measures to strengthen the integrity of Michigan elections.
House Elections and Ethics Committee Chair Ann Bollin talks about a bipartisan legislative package approved Wednesday evening that will allow for a 48-hour window for the preprocessing of ballots in the November 8 election, while providing additional security for ballot dropboxes.