County Loses More State Tax Revenue

Czurak, David
August 2007
Grand Rapids Business Journal;8/6/2007, Vol. 25 Issue 33, p12
The article reports that the local government of Kent County, Michigan will lose its share in the state revenue for 2007 following the implementation of a resolution governing the elimination of state tax revenue from the intergovernmental budget of Michigan. Lawmakers will not distribute tax receipts to the state's counties. Half of the revenue from liquor-excise tax will be kept by Kent county and the other half will be given to network 180 to support substance abuse programs.


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