Capitol Report

Each week the Michigan Legislature is in session, the Michigan Chamber will issue a Capitol Report enewsletter providing the latest information on what is happening in Lansing and what issues the Michigan Chamber is advocating for or against on behalf of Michigan job providers.

  • Chamber to Oppose Progressive Groups' Push for Paid Sick Leave Ballot Proposal
  • Proposed Federal Overtime Regulations Released; Chamber Prepares to Oppose  
  • Unemployment Agency Predicts Decrease in Taxable Wage Base in 2015
  • Governor Signs Chamber-Championed Bill Preempting Local Wage and Benefit Laws 
  • Michigan Chamber Opposes Obama Overtime Proposal
  • Legislation Championed by Michigan Chamber to Preempt Local Employment Laws Sent to the Governor
  • Great News! Gov. Snyder Signs Chamber-Backed Bill Eliminating Prepayment of Tax Liability for Treasury Disputes
  • Thanks to Chamber-Backed Reforms, Michigan Has a Competitive Edge for Workers' Compensation Costs
  • Chamber-Led Bill to Improve Taxpayer Access to Courts - One Step Closer to Reality
  • Action Alert! Tell Your State Senator to Support Bill to Preempt Local Labor Laws
  • Some Positive News on Unclaimed Property Audit Reforms
  • Chamber Releases "Decline to Sign" Statewide Radio Ad to Encourage Voters to Oppose Efforts to Ban Fracking
  • Chamber Backs Legislation Preempting Local Labor Laws
  • Senate Passes Chamber-Supported Legislation to Repeal Prevailing Wage Law
  • Michigan Chamber Strongly Opposed to Proposed Graduated Income Tax
  • Michigan Chamber Champions Legislation Preempting Local Labor Laws
  • Senate to Begin Hearings On Chamber-Led Prevailing Wage Repeal 
  • Auto No-Fault Reforms Stalled in State House
  • Michigan Chamber Board Unanimously Approves Comprehensive Energy Policy
  • Anti-Fracking Extremists Are Gearing Up for Another Petition Drive
  • Michigan Chamber to Hold Town Hall Meeting May 14 on Fixing Michigan’s Roads 
  • Legislation Introduced to Help Youth Gain Entry Into Workforce
  • Chamber-Backed Legislation to Improve Taxpayer Access to Courts on the Move
  • Remember to Get Out and Vote on Proposal 1 Tomorrow, May 5th

 

  • Michigan Chamber Leads Effort on Legislation to Improve Taxpayer Access to Courts 
  • Legislation Introduced to Eliminate Post-Labor Day School Start
  • Auto No-Fault Reforms Continue to Move With Chamber Support
  • May 5th Vote on Proposal 1 Just One Week Away 
  • Register Now for the Chamber’s 2015 Legislative Reception & Annual Dinner
  • Good News! Chamber-Supported Legislation Signed into Law
  • Auto No-Fault Reforms Move Through the Senate with Chamber Support
  • May 5th Vote on Proposal 1 Just A Few Weeks Away
  • Register Now for the Chamber’s 2015 Legislative Reception & Annual Dinner
  • State Budget to be Focus of Discussion When State Legislature Returns This Week
  • Energy Policy Debate Begins
  • May 5th Vote on Proposal 1 Just A Few Weeks Away