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Michigan lawmakers weigh $100M tax subsidy plan to create high-paying jobs

By: Paula Gardner

Michigan lawmakers are debating a proposal to grow desperately needed higher-wage jobs by allowing some businesses to keep taxes of newly hired workers rather than sending the money to Lansing. 

The bills — initiated in October during a wave of business incentive-reform legislation — would expand economic development tools in the state by adding a $100 million annual payroll tax capture option.


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