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Jim Holcomb, president and CEO of the Michigan Chamber discussed how Michigan must smarter and more focused to reverse populations losses to boost economic growth.
Jim Holcomb, president and CEO, quoted saying, “Other states viewing the repeal of Michigan’s Right-to-Work law as a marketing opportunity is unsurprising. Frankly, we anticipate more states may start targeting Michigan and our employers.”
Wendy Block, chief lobbyist for the Michigan Chamber of Commerce, says to position itself for future economic competitiveness, the state needs to double down on quality, accessible training programs that create career pathways.
Director of Environmental and Energy Affairs, Mike Alaimo, reacts to the proposed carbon-free utility legislation from Michigan Senate Democrats from a business perspective.
Jim Holcomb, president and CEO, quoted, “People have to be cognizant of the fact that there is not one issue that drives this. It’s many issues. Michigan can’t just change one thing and fix the problem… We are very polarized, and we need to move past elections, we need to get past the vitriol, we need to look at civility in our society and in politics and be willing to have real conversations about complex issues that drive passions.”
Director of Environmental and Energy Affairs. Mike Alaimo, joins the Morning Show with Paul Miller to discuss proposed EPA new air quality standards.