DETROIT (WWJ) A new poll shows about half of Michigan voters oppose repealing the state’s law requiring price tags on every item.
The poll released by Lansing-based EPIC-MRA says 51 percent of the 600 likely voters surveyed oppose Gov. Rick Snyder’s idea to eliminate the law, while 39 percent support it. Ten percent were undecided.
Repeal supporters say the requirement raises prices, while opponents say repeal would make it harder to discover overcharging errors.