Michigan’s state budget is a document that outlines our priorities and our collective efforts to create a pathway toward economic opportunity for all.
The League believes that Michigan’s future prosperity depends on a state budget that supports public structures and investments in education, health, safety and its people.
It’s important that citizens speak up and tell lawmakers their priorities. The League is here to help. Please watch our Budget Briefs series (below, on this page) and sign up for our news, budget updates and action alerts, and we’ll keep you posted.
The League’s Budget Briefs project is designed to keep citizens and advocates abreast of the latest budget developments that affect children, families and economically vulnerable people in Michigan. Please sign up for our email alerts for new postings.
Senate subcommittee approves K-12, education budgets March 19, 2014
A first look at the governor’s FY 2015 budget Feb. 13, 2014
March 12, 2014: State need-based financial aid grants
March 4, 2014: Early childhood education funding
March 4, 2014: Governor’s budget cuts funding for the DHS by 6.6%
Feb. 27, 2014: Governor’s proposed DCH budget for upcoming fiscal year
Feb. 26, 2014: K-12 School Aid &Education
Feb. 19, 2014: Budget cuts funding for DHS
Feb. 12, 2014: Income tax rollback
Jan. 29, 2014: Senate Bill 402
Viewpoint: National balanced budget amendment a reckless idea Jan. 24, 2014
Other research and advocacy
Fact Sheet: Healthy Kids Dental Program Feb. 2014
Fact Sheet: Restore Michigan’s EITC to Help Working Families Feb. 2014