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Conservatives in the Michigan Legislature continue to try to use the state’s short-term budget surplus as an excuse to give tax breaks to their wealthy friends and big businesses. The frenzy of proposals seeking to give handouts to the elites while working class people foot the bill has been dubbed “tax cut fever” by Lansing insiders.
Plans that passed the House today are nearly $150 million less than what Gov. Whitmer recommended for state Natural Resources and Environment, Great Lakes and Energy departments.
With tax season now behind us and baseball season upon us, it is a good reminder that we all win when we play as a team. But when it comes to how we work together to fund important needs like our schools, roads and building strong communities, some politicians have allowed the wealthy and rich corporations to rig the game – so they sit on the bench while everyday people carry the team.
Analysis shows that during a year of high corporate profits, many of the biggest corporations in America either paid minimal or no federal income taxes.
As we wrap up tax season, workers are taking this opportunity to highlight how corporations have spent yet another year making enormous profits without paying their share of taxes. Throughout the pandemic, as frontline workers put our lives on the line to keep our...
Public Demonstrations Against Corporate Tax Avoidance in 8 States Demand Corporations Pay What They Owe to Fund Community Needs.