EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) - A Michigan State University student has raised more than $3,000 to help pay for damage done to a stranger's car by rowdy Spartan fans after the school's football team stunnedget more >>
EAST LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) - The East Lansing Police Department and Michigan State University Police are looking for information that leads to a conviction. They're offering up to $20,000 as a rewardget more >>
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The president of the MSU Alumni Association has harsh words for the people who are burning couches, trees, and setting other fires in the wake of the Spartans' victory over Ohio State - a win that sendsget more >>
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Two Michigan lawmakers have proposed bills that would give prospective parents tax breaks for their unborn children.
The bills, proposed by State Representatives Lisa Lyons (R-Alto) and Jud Gilbert (R-Algonac), would let people claim deductions for a fetus that is at least 12 weeks of gestation before the last day of the tax year by considering them "dependents."
The age of the fetus would need to be determined by a doctor.
The exemption is set at $3,950 for 2013 and $4,000 in 2014. A fiscal analysis of the bill estimates it would cost the state between $5 and $10 million a year.
The sponsors of the bill say they're trying to help prospective parents save some money ahead of the child being born.
But the bill was criticized by a liberal group who says Republicans cut tax credits for "living, breathing children" last year.
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