A Stanford University professor will return to the witness stand Wednesday in a trial testing Michigan’s ban on gay marriage
The business tax cuts were enacted by Gov. Rick Snyder and legislators at the end of 2012 but will be halted if a statewide vote fails in August.
A committee in the Michigan Legislature has voted to cut the state income tax rate from 4.25 percent to 4.05 percent by 2016.
“There’s an emergency – a serious pothole problem – which is about to get much worse,” said Sen. John Pappageorge, R-Troy.
A federal judge could overturn a ban on gay marriage approved by Michigan voters in 2004.
The credit is worth up to $1,200 and is more substantial for seniors and lower-income earners.
The “pay it forward” legislation would give graduates free college tuition if they give 4 percent of future earnings to the state for 20 years.
President Barack Obama will be at Michigan State University on Friday to sign the far-reaching farm bill.
Those now incarcerated for crimes committed under age 18 would stay locked up despite pleas for a second look.
Congress has given its final approval to a sweeping five-year farm bill that provides food for the needy and subsidies for farmers.