Chamber News & Blog

January 14, 2019
Article type: News
The Michigan Chamber is strongly opposed to efforts to repeal Michigan’s historic right-to-work law and will fight to preserve and protect it.
January 10, 2019
Article type: News
Any change in the law to diminish the rights of a taxpayer to appeal the estimated value of one’s property should be met with immense opposition.
bulldozer cleanup
December 20, 2018
Article type: News
Big win! Legislation that will help transform Michigan’s contaminated site cleanup program has been sent to the Governor for his signature. 
tax time
December 20, 2018
Article type: News
Legislation that creates a new tax on passthrough businesses to allow for full deductibility of state and local taxes (SALT) at the federal level, is headed to the Governor’s desk. 
privacy
December 20, 2018
Article type: News
Chamber-backed legislation that prohibits public agencies from requesting the names of donors to any 501(c) organization has been sent to the Governor. 
December 20, 2018
Article type: News
Legislation stalled in the Michigan Senate this week that would have required companies who become victims of a data breach to notify affected individuals.
police car
December 20, 2018
Article type: News
Legislation prohibiting local units of government from billing businesses for calling the police is headed to the Governor for his signature.
December 20, 2018
Article type: News
Numerous other tax-related legislation has been sent to the Governor, from school bus tax exemption to oil and gas taxation.
December 17, 2018
Article type: News
View a summary of what employers need to know about Michigan's new mandatory paid sick leave law, which takes effect in March 2019.  
December 17, 2018
Article type: News
View a summary of what employers need to know about Michigan's new minimum wage law, which takes effect in March 2019.