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FamilyJuly 2021Michigan
Gov. Whitmer Urges Parents to File a Federal Income Tax Return or Use Non-Filer Sign up Portal to Receive Child Tax Credit Payments
Gov. Whitmer Urges Parents to File a Federal Income Tax Return or Use Non-Filer Sign up Portal to Receive Child Tax Credit Payments

Gov. Whitmer Urges Parents to File a Federal Income Tax Return or Use Non-Filer Sign up Portal to Receive Child Tax Credit Payments

Recently Gov. Gretchen Whitmer urged parents to file a federal income tax return if they haven’t yet done so, or use the Non-Filer Sign-up Tool in order to be eligible for federal Child Tax Credit payments. Payments to begin July 15 and will not affect public...

Community InfoJune 2021Michigan
Lt. Governor Gilchrist Announces Federal Program to Lower Cost of High-Speed Internet
Lt. Governor Gilchrist Announces Federal Program to Lower Cost of High-Speed Internet

Lt. Governor Gilchrist Announces Federal Program to Lower Cost of High-Speed Internet

Residents are eligible to receive discounts on internet service and devices. Lt. Gilchrist II and the Connecting Michigan Taskforce are encouraging Michigan families to sign up for a new federal program to help lower the cost of high speed internet service, which...

January 2021Michigan
Governor Signs $106 Million Relief Bill & Bills Extending Unemployment Benefits to 26 Weeks
Governor Signs $106 Million Relief Bill & Bills Extending Unemployment Benefits to 26 Weeks

Governor Signs $106 Million Relief Bill & Bills Extending Unemployment Benefits to 26 Weeks

On Tuesday, December 29, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed the bipartisan relief bill that the Michigan legislature passed after she urged them to provide support for Michigan families, frontline workers, and small businesses. The relief bill includes $55 million to...

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