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Michigan already benefiting from tax reform

Ellie Hockenbury - December 20, 2017

I’m sure by now you’ve seen that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has passed and is headed to President Trump’s desk for his signature. You’ve probably also seen that AT&T announced they’re paying a special $1,000 bonus for employees and committing to an extra $1 billion in capital expenditures thanks to the lower corporate tax rate.

 

 

This is a big deal for Michiganders. Not only does AT&T employ more than 7,100 people in Michigan, the state is also a major supplier of equipment to the company. AT&T purchased more than $283 million of goods and services in Michigan in 2014.

Republicans promised to cut taxes and get our economy moving again. Promise made, promise kept.

I wonder how Sen. Debbie Stabenow and Rep. Dan Kildee are going to explain their votes against the tax cut bill to Michiganders…

P.S. It’s not just AT&T. Check out the pay raises, bonuses and/or new investments already announced today by Boeing, Comcast, Wells Fargo, and Fifth Third Bancorp.


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