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Business interests around the state are finding reasons to dislike energy policy reforms proposed recently by Senate Republicans, whether because they seek to tighten the electric choice market or because they eliminate renewable energy and efficiency mandates.

Published in Energy

In light of legislative attempts to break through the regulatory patchwork businesses face in communities throughout Michigan, some local government officials are asking whether the state has too many layers of government in the first place.

Published in Economic Development

Proposed legislation intended to improve Michigan’s business climate faces strong opposition from officials in local government who say it will have the opposite effect and thwart their ability to exercise local control.

Published in Economic Development

Leaders in state government may be united under the Republican Party banner, but when it comes to revamping Michigan’s comprehensive energy policy, differences in vision have emerged over the past month.

Published in Energy

It turns out that Hollywood, like most other industries, doesn’t like uncertainty.

Published in Economic Development

Michigan’s business community appears to lack a unified front as the May 5 election approaches for Proposal 1, a major ballot measure seeking to overhaul the state’s mechanism for transportation funding.

Published in Economic Development

New reports show Michigan’s 2008 renewable energy mandate has worked as intended, but lawmakers must now decide what to do next when the policy sunsets at the end of this year.

Published in Energy

Operators of private health exchanges pitched them as a way for employers to better control their costs for coverage, reduce the administrative burden, and give employees more say in the benefits they want and need.

Published in Health Biz

In forming a private online exchange for employers to buy employee health coverage, the Michigan Chamber of Commerce joins a growing trend that’s altering how health benefits are purchased.

Published in Health Biz

The repeal of the personal property tax on manufacturing equipment in Michigan represents the second major victory in three years for business advocates who long sought to improve the state’s business tax climate.

Published in Finance
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