David LaGrand Votes to Cut Taxes for Michigan Families, Small Businesses
Representative David LaGrand touts his vote to bring down taxes: “Michiganders deserve a break.”
By Main Street Sentinel Staff
Rep. David LaGrand voted to support a measure providing tax relief for working families and small businesses in Michigan.
“I was more than glad to vote in favor,” said LaGrand. Michiganders are still “feeling the devastating impacts from raising costs at the pump… Plus, families are still recovering from hardships brought on by the pandemic.”
The measure slashes $2.7 billion in taxes, focusing on income taxes and property taxes. Under the measure, income tax payers will see their tax rate go down from 4.25 percent to 4 percent. Families with children will be eligible for a new $500 per child tax credit, as well as an expanded earned income tax credit. The measure also raises the personal exemption on income taxes.
Rep. LaGrand, who is running for Michigan State Senate, is currently serving his third term in the Michigan House of Representatives. He is a small business owner and entrepreneur.