Income Tax Vote Expected in House Tonight

By: Tony Tagliavia Email
By: Tony Tagliavia Email

House Speaker Andy Dillon (D-Redford Twp.) told reporters his chamber will vote on an income tax proposal Thursday night.

Beginning last Friday, the House voted on a plan to increase the state's personal income tax from 3.9 percent to 4.6 percent. After several votes, the plan never got enough support to pass.

No Republicans voted for it. Some Democrats never registered a vote.

Since then, Senate Republicans put forth a plan for a 4.3 percent income tax with more than $1 billion in budget cuts.

Now Dillon says he has an income tax plan that could get bi-partisan support in the House.

Watch News 10 at 11 p.m. and check wilx.com later tonight for results of the possible vote.


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  • by phil Location: lansing on Sep 22, 2007 at 02:45 PM
    guess they'll keep at it till they get it right or what they want.what ever they do will effect people.lets hope it works out for every one.there's so much envolved.theres not enough money to run the state as it is,every year things go up that effects the state.the budget we used 3 yrs ago will not work next yr ect.if we all had high paying jobs,we may not be so worried.if they don't raise the taxes there will be so many cuts we will be in a worse mess.if any one thinks they will cut the gov peoples pay,your dreaming.if you think prices of things will go way down ,your dreaming.I don't care who's in office theres things that won't change.if you think somone can get alot of jobs back in mich,your dreaming.the jobs are happy right where ther at,paying little wages,little or no ins.and little tax.the gov in theUSA hurt our jobs many yrs ago.the white house passed bills along time ago,each state has suffered since,our state gov just has to deal with the presidents crap. so do we.
  • by Mark Location: Jackson on Sep 21, 2007 at 12:21 PM
    They news will be reporting tomorrow that it was withdrawn by the democrats. The rep who left for the camping trip is missing nothing. When he returns, he will be able to pick up his voting no on the tax increases.
  • by Pam Location: Jackson on Sep 21, 2007 at 08:17 AM
    How many times do they have to vote on the same tax increases and not get enough votes. Dillon should start pushing bills through that would make everyone would be forced to vote yes. Salary freezes and cuts to the house and senate would be a good starting point.
  • by John Location: Jackson on Sep 20, 2007 at 07:46 PM
    They should be thinking spending cuts and not tax increases.
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