Many hours, with many taxpayer dollars being burned in Lansing's capital as Democrats worked to aim a new bill by lawmakers would surely help Michigan reach Washington for more. benefits of unemployment. The makers of democratic law seem to have no regard for small fireworks, business owners operating in the state of Michigan. Small fireworks companies that have been used legally under current law for years, lawmakers have provided the fuse. After KaBoom, they were gone. Representative Harold Haugh (D) of Macomb district, explained this in his testimony before the approval committee, "we will start with a clean slate", most of all small owners in the company firecrackers are against the law today at large, in the fact that it clearly does not fall under the "free business" system of America, and the foundation on which it is presented has been misled by the committee.
Fireworks have received false media coverage for many years in Michigan, law enforcement officials have made public television and radio claims to the fact that they are not legal in Michigan if they leave the land or go sure. As presented in testimony before the committee, those same words were made by those for the bill. Unfortunately the media and law enforcement do not fully publish the law as a whole or straightforwardly have to say. "Michigan fireworks are never illegal if they leave the ground or bang, without a permit." Permits can be obtained from town, village or town offices for legally aged consumers who want to display a 1.4 g previously known as Class C fireworks as long as they can afford simple qualification. Michigan's small dealers and battlefields have been operating under these laws for several years. It provides for regulations on who controls fireworks and prevents many accidents and injuries from occurring.
In light of Michigan's current firearms laws, there is a serious question regarding Amendment # 8 of the United States Constitution that prohibits excessive fines, which are intended to be 10X fine today.
Many other questions have now arisen over the controversy over fireworks laws after giving testimony to all parties promoting and supporting the new fireworks law. Considering the appropriate respect that we "wipe clean clean" as Rep. Haugh testified before the committee, which could impose that all small fireworks companies would be put out of business.
This is where Michigan taxpayers have many unanswered questions. We list them here for public review and to encourage anyone paying the tax on the state of Michigan to write, call, fax or email there representative and request answers:
Question 1: That the proposed law has requirements that call for large investments to be made by business owners so that they can continue to do business. What kind of financial assistance plan is ready and available where there are no disruptions in the ability to move on and keep up with today's business and lifestyle. What are the terms, where are the small business owners I got the check from?
Question 2: All laws and programs have cost, no documents found anywhere on this matter. Where taxpayers obtain a detailed breakdown of all expected costs associated with each service provided in connection with this taxpayer expense bill. Where the money comes from, when there is a short fall in business interest due to overpayment and possible penalties. What would happen is like in many cases when the law failed to create income figures that fell from heaven. How was the state funding this program before achieving the desired results? The track record to date in Michigan's new laws over the last seven years is not a sunny picture.
Question 3: As a taxpayer-funded business, where a citizen can obtain a detailed and complete disclosure of expected operating costs, which includes new jobs created, competitors fire, truck, car, gas, payroll, insurance, retirement funds, and the personal effects needed to get the job done, and what is the burden on taxpayers until the program is established, how can they be funded?
Question 4: Obviously there is a lot of interest in passing the bill to spend more time and money on taxpayers, where taxpayers get documentation on writing commitments from any individuals or organizations. What establishments show a financial commitment to do business with Michigan under this proposed law? How much does a taxpayer spend on trying to pass a tax bill?
As every Michigan citizen noted, without these answers, the point of view is to oppose this bill until a legitimate bill with a strong foundation can be presented with the protection of both small and large businesses are the same in Michigan, which also encourages business growth and jobs for the state. Michigan is the true example of America for the highest number of unemployed.
Previous actions with jobs and income in Michigan. More recently, Spartan Electronic – 100 years in Jackson, Michigan relocated to Illinois, claims Michigan is a non-business with 100 jobs lost, many losing tax dollars. Whirlpool – World Headquarters, Benton Harbor, Michigan is currently building plants in Mexico due to poor business conditions in Michigan, loss of 1000 Michigan jobs, huge revenues, jobs lost in the last twelve months that alone because of little concern for Michigan businesses or the ability to effectively carry on business, is shocking. HB 5999 and all modifications clearly follow the same steps as before. The pennies that are made after all the cost savings do not offset the dollars lost through the simple process. Michigan needs to start recovery today, MAKE IT TODAY, BAD FOR BUSINESS-BAD FOR MICHIGAN!