LANSING, MI – The Small Business Association of Michigan today honored state Reps. Steve Marino (R-Macomb) and Angela Witwer (D-Delta Township) as its 2021 Legislators of the Year. “Reps. Marino […]
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Michigan’s business community to leaders: Use stimulus funds to transform our state, create sustainable growth
Associations urge strategic, deliberate investments with one-time funding to make Michigan more competitive for jobs and income
Late Friday, May 22, the U.S. Small Business Administration and Department of the Treasury released guidance for loan forgiveness under the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). This guidance follows up on […]
The bipartisan legislation—the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act—designed to pump $2 trillion into the U.S. economy to help millions of American workers and businesses survive the effects of the novel coronavirus pandemic …
Following issuance of a ‘Stay Home, Stay Safe, Save Lives’ order in Michigan by Governor Whitmer in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, SBAM President Brian Calley issued the following statement:
SBAM encourages state-sponsored relief for shuttered small businesses using the Business Interruption Insurance system
Proposal calls for claims to be paid to businesses forced to close by the state
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's program to pay for the two-year degree or industry-recognized certificate to those 25-years-old and older swiftly passed the House and Senate Thursday by wide margins.
A District of Columbia-based federal judge Wednesday invalidated Michigan's Medicaid work requirements as unlawful.
A constitutional amendment proposal to require reduced tax rates for anyone making less than $175,000 – or $350,000 for those filing jointly – was filed with the state Bureau of Elections Friday.
The American Cancer Society is proposing the state license every shop that sells tobacco and that the state's tax on e-cigarettes mirror the tax on non-cigarette tobacco products, as part of suggested changes to the …
The latest return-on-investment study on the Pure Michigan ad campaign found a return of $8.79 for every dollar spent on the combined warm weather and fall campaigns of 2019, according to the Michigan Economic Development Corp. (MEDC) …
If Gov. Gretchen Whitmer could be guaranteed one proposal from her Fiscal Year (FY) 2021 budget proposal that makes it into the Legislature's final product later this year, it would be her education pitches.