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After lawmakers reworked their repeal of Michigan’s personal property tax law to remove one potential source of opposition, tax reform proponents have now turned their focus to passing an August ballot proposal that’s required to make the changes stick.

Published in Economic Development

A new proposal to expand Medicaid in Michigan would steer the program even further toward the changes occurring in the private sector by placing greater emphasis on cost controls and incentives designed to encourage people to take care of their health.

Published in Health Biz

Amid rising logistics costs, a group of West Michigan executives is banding together to see what results they can produce by tackling the issue collectively.

Published in Design Build

Based on the initial success of the Gun Lake Casino, the Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians now plans to expand.

Published in Economic Development

GRAND RAPIDS — When the Michigan Economic Development Corp. awarded a $450,000  “economic gardening” grant to Grand Rapids-based Local First of West Michigan in January, the move raised more than a few eyebrows among local economic developers and chamber executives.

Published in Economic Development

If nothing else, Gov. Rick Snyder’s focus on improving funding for Michigan’s aging roads and bridges positions the issue toward the top of the agenda in Lansing.

Published in Economic Development

The historic Waters Building in downtown Grand Rapids is now under new management.

 

Published in Commercial Real Estate
Sunday, 06 January 2013 23:08

Voters to get final say in PPT repeal

After securing a partial victory in a long-sought goal of repealing Michigan’s personal property tax, business advocates next need to turn their attention to convincing voters to go along with the plans.

Published in Finance

The Literacy Center of West Michigan says that it is crucial to not only have employees trained in “hard skills,” but also in soft skills such as communication and punctuality that keep a company running smoothly.

Published in Nonprofits

If nothing else, Chuck Hadden views Michigan’s rise in a national ranking of state business tax climates as further proof that the state is changing for the better.

Published in Finance
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