Thu, 03 Jun 2021 19:03:54 EDT
Governor Gretchen Whitmer recently joined local entrepreneurs and business leaders to unveil the Michigan Economic Jumpstart Plan, which would allocate a portion of the federal relief funding to support and invest in small businesses in Michigan.
Under the governor’s plan, the state will increase incentives to boost wages to attract applicants, provide grants to small businesses to ramp up hiring, and expand access to childcare for families with young children who want to return to work but cannot.
Officials say the state has more than $2 billion remaining in Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act funding and nearly $20 billion in total funding from the American Rescue Plan.
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