State Representative Adam Zemke supports tax relief for Michigan residents, but not in the form being discussed in Lansing.
The 55th district Democrat says he'd rather see the earned income tax credit restored than a cut in the state income tax. Zemke says that would better help Michigan's low-income families displaced by the state's fluctuating economy.
Zemke is also outlining his legislative goals for 2014, and education is at the top of the list.
Zemke says Michigan's most valuable resource is the talent of its residents. He has been calling for an increased focus on STEM - Science, Technology, Engineering and Math - in public schools.