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DETNEWS.COM – Tax cut plans gain steam in Michigan Senate, House

Lansing — The Michigan Senate is moving fast on a new plan to cut taxes by boosting the state’s personal exemption despite budget concerns by Republican Gov. Rick Snyder. The GOP-led Senate Finance Committee on Tuesday approved legislation that would raise the personal exemption for Michigan taxpayers to $5,000 by 2021, up from …

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DetNews.com – Beckmann: Donald Trump is far from a joke

America’s most popular political parlor game these days seems to revolve around Donald Trump’s candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination. There’s no shortage of commentators who have referred to his campaign as a “joke,” among other things, claiming he’s long on bluster but short on details. But as Trump’s popularity …

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