The Legislature officially returns next week, and a top priority in Lansing will likely be the state’s tax code.
The new federal tax law caused a stir in Michigan. That’s because it could mean residents will lose some state exemptions and have to pay higher state taxes.
Governor Snyder wants to make sure the federal law doesn’t hurt the wallets of Michiganders.
Lieutenant Governor Brian Calley has been working on the issue. He says it doesn’t require a major fix, but it will have to be approved by the Legislature.