The AARP of Michigan said that it wants the Legislature to repeal the new “unfair and unpopular tax on public and private pensions.”
Starting January 1, barring any other judicial interference or rulings, everyone under the age of 67 in Michigan will begin to pay the state income tax 4.35 percent on their pensions.
The State Supreme Court is hearing arguments on an $800 million question: The constitutionality of Governor Rick Snyder’s pension tax..
After numerous delays, the state’s business tax and a proposed pension tax could finally get a vote by Lansing lawmakers on Thursday.
Governor Rick Snyder’s plan to revamp the state’s business tax has just cleared a big hurdle.
Michigan Governor Rick Snyder has reached a new budget agreement, which includes a modified pension tax.
Five State Senators from Detroit asked voters Monday night about their thoughts on budget-cutting in Lansing.
A crowd of thousands gathered in Lansing, Wednesday, for an afternoon rally — with union members leading the charge.
Lansing Bureau Chief Tim Skubick reports about 500 senior citizens rallied on the capitol steps.
Unable to pass Governor Rick Snyder’s controversial pension tax, Senate Republicans are now exploring new options to create revenue.