Governor’s Signature Rollback In Place For Everyone
LANSING, MI – Rep. Alicia St. Germaine celebrated the income tax rollback on its way thanks to the 2015 law put in place by House and Senate Republicans that would take effect when government took in too much money. The rollback officially took effect this week with the governor’s signature of House Bill 4001.
“I voted to make sure working families and small businesses received this important tax cut as a measure of relief during this tough economic environment, where inflation is forcing families and small businesses to tighten their belts,” said Rep. St. Germaine, of Harrison Township. “I am proud to say I stood with the families and small businesses in my district who need this relief.”
Rep. Alicia St. Germaine this week stood up for survivors of sexual assault by giving a powerful speech in support of a plan to strengthen state laws to address deficiencies uncovered by the horrifying Larry Nassar sexual assault case. The bills improve standards related to the retention of medical records and provide more consequences for […]
Event marks first step in long journey for Macomb institution Rep. Alicia St. Germaine celebrated a major step forward this week in her work to see a new fighter mission slotted safely and expediently at Selfridge Air National Guard Base in Macomb County. St. Germaine, alongside the governor and other leading officials, celebrated the official […]
Bipartisan plan makes fertility fraud a serious crime in Michigan Rep. Alicia St. Germaine (R-Harrison Township) is spearheading a plan to protect Michigan families by making fertility fraud a federal crime in Michigan. “This change is long overdue,” St. Germaine said. “I was shocked to discover just how loose the oversight has been when it […]
Representatives Alicia St. Germaine (R-Harrison) and Joseph Aragona (R-Macomb) released a joint statement on their recent “no” vote against House Bill 4248, which would lower quality of life for Michigan veterans. “The bill as it stands steers money that should go to our veterans away from that intended purpose, especially when compared to last year’s […]
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