Corporations must pay ‘fair share’ to fix roads, says Michigan group pushing ballot proposal

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LANSING, MI – Corporations need to pay their “fair share” to fix Michigan’s crumbling roads, according to a labor-backed group pushing a 2016 ballot proposal that would nearly double the state’s Corporate Income Tax rate.

Citizens for Fair Taxes on Thursday announced plans for a petition drive in support of initiated legislation that would raise the CIT from 6 percent to 11 percent and devote all revenue to roads.  Read More

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