In this issue:
- Legislative summer break looks unlikely
- Marketplace facilitator and Wayfair codification bills introduced
- Bill to limit sales of certain cough syrups to minors discussed
- Snow day forgiveness
- Record attendance at MRA reception
Legislative summer break looks unlikely
A recent three-judge federal panel ruled 34 Republican-controlled,
MRA credit card processing customers may recall that Michigan Retailers encouraged you to enroll in a program to help you get money back in a class action settlement against Visa and MasterCard concerning interchange fees.
LANSING – A look-alike February and March temperature-wise kept sales stagnant in March, but wage growth will likely translate into increased sales this spring.
The monthly Retail Index survey came in at 42.6,
Legislators return from break, prepare for summer budget showdown
Legislators have returned from a two-week break and legislative activity seems to be picking up. The House and Senate are expected to report their respective versions of the state budget in early May.
By SHANDRA MARTINEZ
Two years ago, Swift Printing and Communications joined the growing ranks of B Corporations, a circle that includes such forward-thinking companies as Patagonia and Ben &
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has announced her long awaited solution to fix the roads by proposing a
45-cent per gallon increase. She estimates that over $2 billion dollars is needed to right-size our crumbling road infrastructure.
MIOSHA funding free sessions for training employees to respond in violent situations
Would you be surprised to know retail venues are the second most likely scene of an active shooter tragedy after a school campus?