Capitol Report

Capitol Report

Each week the Michigan Legislature is in session, the Michigan Chamber will issue a Capitol Report enewsletter providing the latest information on what is happening in Lansing and what issues the Michigan Chamber is advocating for or against on behalf of Michigan job providers.

  • Chamber Participates in News Conference Calling for Additional Funding for Michigan Roads
  • Unanimous Michigan Supreme Court Sides With Taxpayers Over Basic Procedural Rights
  • Campaign to Launch "PPT" Ballot Question Kicks Off With Diverse Statewide Support
  • Legislature Finalizes, Governor Signs PPT Reform Legislation
  • Legislature Finalizes More Chamber-Initiative Audit Reform - Bills on the Way to Gov. Snyder
  • Chamber Voices Strong Support for Passage of Bill to Construct a Customs Plaza in Detroit
  • Trespass Liability Legislation Moves to State House
  • Gov. Snyder Signs Another Chamber-Initiated Audit Reform into Law

 

  • State House to Hold Hearing on Bill to Protect Property Owners from Trespasser Lawsuits
  • Michigan Chamber Files Legal Brief to Protect Employers' Ability to Provide a Drug-Free Workplace
  • State Errors Leave 300 Injured Workers in Limbo, Self-Insured Employers' Costs in Question
  • Improved Personal Property Tax Reform Bills Pass Senate With Significant Bi-Partisan Support!
  • How Will a $10.10 Minimum Wage Impact Your Business? Share Your Story With Us
  • How Will a $10.10 Minimum Wage Impact Your Business? Share Your Story With Us
  • Improved Personal Property Tax Reform Bills on the Move!
  • Help Us Spread the Word! Vote "YES" on August 2014 PPT Ballot Question
  • Minimum Wage Proponents Get OK to Collect Signatures for November 2014 Ballot
  • Bills Introduced to Protect Property Owners from Lawsuits by Trespassers
  • Minimum Wage Proponents Up the Ante, Now Seeking $10.10 Per Hour Proposal
  • Employer Penalties Under Obamacare Delayed Again...For Some
  • Senate Finance Committee Continues Full Support For Improving Tax Administration
  • Michigan Chamber Endorses Gov. Snyder for Re-Election in 2014
  • Minimum Wage Campaign to Start in Earnest This Week
  • Governor Signs Chamber-Initiated Bill Providing Important Taxpayer Protections
  • Heads Up! Filing Deadline for Personal Property Tax Exemptiopn is Feb. 10th
  • Unions to Seek Minimum Wage Increase in 2014
  • Michigan Continues Unanimous Bi-Partisan Support for Tax Reform
  • State House Begins Hearings on Legislation Intended to Help Parolees Re-Enter the Workforce
  • Michigan Chamber Agrees With Gov. Snyder's Call for Action on Transportation Investment
  • Two Major Tax Reform Bills Are Making Their Way Through the Legislative Process
  • House and Senate Continue Moving Chamber-Led Tax and Unclaimed Property Reform
  • Governor Releases Energy Policy Recommendations; No Legislative Action Expected Until 2015