Business Tax Targeted

Carvlin, Elizabeth
February 2006
Bond Buyer;2/15/2006, Vol. 355 Issue 32320, p31
Trade Publication
The article reports on the decision of executive Brooks Patterson of Oakland County to start circulating petitions for a statewide ballot measure which seek the elimination of Michigan's single business tax. Under the law, the 1.9 percent single business tax will expire by January 1, 2010. Governor Jennifer Granholm asserts that she will reject any attempt to eliminate the tax.


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