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PENCE IN MICHIGAN TODAY TO TOUT TAX REFORM, RAISE MONEY FOR GOP CONGRESSIONALS, SUPPORT SCHUETTE

From the Detroit Free Press, Vice President Mike Pence is expected to travel to Michigan on Friday to raise money and speak about President Donald Trump’s agenda, the website Politico reported Monday. The America First event will be at the Westin Book Cadillac Hotel Detroit Hotel downtown starting at 4:30 p.m., according …

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Escanaba in ‘da Tax Fight – Colbeck Blisters Calley at Latest Townhall Over Taxes

Sen. Patrick Colbeck took the gloves off and pounded Brian Calley at the latest town hall in Escanaba.  When asked about taxes, Calley tried to say he was a tax cutter.  Well, Colbeck wasn’t having any of it. Calley answered “While it hasn’t been the income tax rate itself that …

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Another one bites the dust! Yet ANOTHER Campaign Manager OUT from Whitmer Campaign

More staff shake up for Gretchen Whitmer, the likely Democratic nominee for Governor.  But at this rate, who knows?  Maybe it’s more likely Shri-whoever-he-is could beat the former Minority Leader.  All the we DO know is that Gretchen Whitmer has managed to have more senior staff in and out within …

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45th Anniversary of Roe v Wade – It’s Still About Saving Lives of the Kids

As another generation moves into the assimilation of living in a world with Roe v. Wade, the battle over abortion continues.  But even as more and more public acceptance comes toward restrictions on abortion – the abolition of partial birth abortion, ending 3rd trimester abortion and 2nd trimester abortion…the ultimate …

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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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