Eleven bills of an alternative no-fault auto insurance reform package, sponsored by a bipartisan coalition of lawmakers led by Rep. Ben Frederick (R-Owosso), were introduced this week.
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Menards Inc.'s attorney asked the Michigan Supreme Court to find the Court of Appeals erred when it overturned a Tax Tribunal's decision that it owed less taxes than the city of Escanaba levied.
What does the latest move on health care reform mean for small business owners?
A bill primarily aimed at preventing local governments from imposing taxes on soda or other sweetened beverages cleared the Senate Wednesday, 31-5, while a second bill that does the same thing passed a House committee.
The National Small Business Association (NSBA) today released its 2017 Mid-Year Economic Report where the small-business outlook on the overall economy is at its highest point in seven years despite growing frustration over elected officials’ inability to …
House Speaker Tom Leonard (R-DeWitt) is on board with Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan's auto insurance proposal to mandate 30 percent policy cuts, hospital fee schedules for car wreck victims and personal injury protection options (PIP), MIRS has learned.
The state's Unemployment Insurance Agency (UIA) announced Friday it's in the process of refunding $20.8 million to people who were wrongly determined to have committed unemployment fraud.
Back when state governments first started collecting sales taxes, purchases of goods made up two-thirds of the economy.