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Michigan families deserve relief

Recently, Attorney General Nessel released an opinion that the upcoming tax cut for all Michiganders should not be permanent. Despite sitting on a $9 billion surplus, and after dolling out billions in corporate welfare, Democrats in Lansing have hit a new low in denying you relief. I was there in 2015, and it could not have been more clear what the language said or what our intent was. My colleagues who were instrumental in passing this tax cut agree:

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