CHICAGO, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Michigan would provide more than $500 million in tax relief over four years to large manufacturers under a new plan offered Tuesday by Republican legislative leaders. "This tax relief plan will take effect Jan. 1, providing an immediate boost to our economy and sending a signal to manufacturers and workers that Michigan is serious about keeping the thousands of jobs they provide in Michigan," said House Speaker Craig DeRoche, in a statement. Major ...
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