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Michigan’s Personal Income Tax May Automatically Rollback in 2023

Advocacy News – April 13, 2021 Back in 2015 business leaders, including the Michigan Chamber’s President and CEO, Rich Studley, gathered to witness then-Governor Rick …

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MIOSHA Extends COVID-19 Workplace Safety Rules…Without Changes

Advocacy News – April 13, 2021  Governor Whitmer moved today to extend the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (MIOSHA) Emergency COVID-19 Workplace Safety Rules …

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MIOSHA Begins Pursuing ‘Permanent’ MIOSHA COVID-19 Workplace Safety Rules

The Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) filed Draft Rule with the Michigan Secretary of State on Tuesday.  The rules would extend many of …

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Make Sure you are Taking Advantage of the Employee Retention Credit

Advocacy News – April 13, 2021 The Employee Retention Tax Credit is a key, business relief provision that was provided in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, …

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Whitmer’s Office Ban Extension Ignores Job Creators and Damages Michigan’s Economy

RICH STUDLEY, MICHIGAN CHAMBER PRESIDENT & CEO
“Extending these rules for another six months is a body blow many businesses may never recover from. Despite the rapid distribution of COVID-19 vaccines and the ability to safely manage office spaces, the Governor used workgroups as cover for her predetermined decision to close businesses for up to a year. Gov. Whitmer’s inability to find ways to work with job creators to restart our economy is a complete leadership failure that will cause economic pain for Michigan workers for years to come.”
 

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Chamber Expresses Disappointment as MIOSHA Extends COVID Restrictions for Offices

Advocacy News – April 12, 2021 Despite calls for Governor Whitmer to loosen the restrictions on in-person work, the Whitmer administration announced at a press …

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