Late-night tax drama reveals GOP's leadership challenge


Michigan has a flat income tax, so the cut would have applied equally to all earners. But what's real money to folks at the high end of the scale equates to pennies for others. As state Rep. Jeremy Moss, D-Southfield, noted, the average person in his neighborhood making $35,000 a year would have seen a savings of roughly $10 a month. By contrast, someone pulling down $350,000 a year would save $100 a month.


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