Governor Signs Tax Cut! Tax Cuts to benefit Seniors, Disabled & Caregiver Families
John Truscott (517) 335-6397
At the Bryant Senior Drop-in Center in Dearborn, Governor John Engler
today signed into law House
"This tax cut bill benefits Michigan seniors, the disabled and
their caregivers," said Governor Engler at the bill signing ceremony
at the Bryant Senior Drop-in Center in Dearborn. "It will save
taxpayers $26.1 million in the 1999-2000 Fiscal Year and $36.7 million in
the 2000-2001 Fiscal Year."
The Governor noted that the bill provides both greater tax relief and
flexibility for the state's most vulnerable citizens and their families.
Bill 5391, sponsored by State Representative Gary Woronchak (R-
"This is another way we are looking out for seniors and disabled
Dearborn residents," added State Representative Woronchak.
"Combined with our senior prescription package, it shows that the
Legislature is helping out those who need it most."
(Editor's Note: An audio feed of State Representative Woronchak
commenting on his tax cut bill is available on the House Republican audio
newsline at (517) 373-0111 for the next 24 hours. It is also available at
its web site at www.gophouse.com.)