More than $1.1 million in state grants awarded this month is set to help Michigan workers access the training and skills to prepare for new, high-wage jobs.
Michigan is at the center of an electric vehicle revolution. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s administration wants to ensure every community—and worker—is ready.
Grocery prices have risen by more than 20% since the beginning of the pandemic and in Michigan, grocery prices rose 3.5% from Nov. 2022 to Nov. 2023. In response, President Biden is demanding grocery chains and food brands lower their prices and stop ripping families off.
Using funds provided by the Inflation Reduction Act, the IRS has already collected more than $520 million from 1,600 millionaires who had unpaid tax bills of more than $250,000. The IRS could collect as much as $851 billion in additional tax revenue over the next decade.
A new analysis shows that Michiganders can save thousands of dollars by ditching their gasoline-powered vehicles for newer, electric models.
Millions of dollars in state grant funding announced last month is set to help upgrade aging water infrastructure across several Michigan communities.
Legislation signed by President Joe Biden is driving demand for advanced manufacturing workers in clean energy, semiconductors, and more.
The political momentum for paid sick leave is growing. Experts say that momentum may eventually force the federal government to pass federal legislation.
The change could potentially eliminate billions of dollars in fee revenue for the nation’s biggest banks, which were gearing up for a battle even before Wednesday’s announcement. Exactly how much revenue depends on which version of the new regulation is adopted.
Michigan’s tax revenues will see a slight decline this year before rebounding for the next two years—in large part because of recent tax policy changes.