State Rep. Ann Bollin of Brighton Township today issued the following statement after the president called on Congress to suspend the federal government’s 18.4-cent-per-gallon tax on gas:
“Knocking 18 cents off the price of gas would be great – but 45 cents would be even better. It’s too bad the governor rejected our plan to suspend the 27-cent state gas tax in April. Michigan families are getting hit hard by inflation and it could have saved people quite a bit of money these last three months.”
In March, Bollin and the Legislature approved House Bill 5570, which would have paused Michigan’s 27.2 cents per gallon motor fuel tax for six months to help lower high gas prices. Whitmer vetoed the bipartisan bill in April.
State Rep. Ann Bollin today lambasted a new requirement issued by the unelected Natural Resources Commission (NRC) that could result in criminal penalties for deer hunters who fail to comply.
State Rep. Ann Bollin, chair of the House Elections and Ethics Committee, today released the following statement after signatures were submitted for the Secure MI Vote initiative, a citizen-driven petition to enact several reforms to strengthen Michigan elections, including voter ID requirements:
State Rep. Ann Bollin of Brighton Township said the new state budget signed by the governor today was carefully crafted by the Legislature to focus on paying down debt, limiting long-term liabilities, and leaving room for billions of dollars in potential tax relief.