SBAM, Business Leaders for Michigan File Brief to Michigan Supreme Court Supporting Tax Reform
August 25, 2011
The Small Business Association of Michigan (SBAM), in partnership with Business Leaders for Michigan, has filed an amicus brief with the Michigan Supreme Court to help support the job-creating business tax reform. “This reform is literally a once-in-a-generation step forward toward creating a business climate that encourages business owners to grow their companies, generate jobs and revitalize their communities,” says Rob Fowler, president and CEO of SBAM.
Gov. Snyder has asked the Supreme Court for an advisory opinion on the constitutionality of the law. “Our purpose in participating in the filing of the amicus brief is to lend our support to the governor’s proactive effort to seek speedy resolution of any legal questions regarding the new law,” says SBAM’s Vice President Government Relations David Palsrok. “Small business owners crave certainty and stability in our tax system and need to know that this bill will go into effect as scheduled.
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