Train Crash in South Carolina
2 dead in Amtrak accident Click Here for Story
Michigan PFAS Problem
Chemicals leaching into groundwater and lakes Click Here for Details
In 2007, Democratic Gov. Jennifer Granholm signed what was labeled as a temporary tax hike, taking the Michigan income tax from 3.9 percent to 4.35 percent. One provision would have reversed the increase by 0.1 percent a year starting in 2011.
But in 2011, Gov. Rick Snyder and a Republican Legislature canceled all but one of those annual rollbacks. As a result, since that year Michigan income taxpayers have sent a total of $4.3 billion more to Lansing than would be the case had the tax cut promise been kept.
More Memos More Memos
Devin Nunes promises more info is coming Click Here for Details
GOP says its open to releasing the Democrat memo as well Click Here for Story
From the Science Side…
New ruins found in Mayan jungle Click Here for Details
Israel helping Egypt with air strikes Click Here for Story
Memo Release Effects
Will Mueller investigation be affected? Click Here for Details