A new poll shows that Michigan’s road funding and sales tax proposal is in some trouble ahead of the May 5 primary.
Voters will decide whether they want to increase the state sales tax and raise $1.3 billion a year more for transportation infrastructure.
The measure would allow residents 21 and older to legally possess or transfer up to an ounce of marijuana on private property.
The millages would renew both police and fire funding, while possibly adding additional personnel.
Lawmakers in Lansing have introduced a plan to bring the death penalty back in Michigan.
The figures are higher than those from a survey conducted in September 2013 — rising from 47 percent to 50 percent. Four percent of the 600 people surveyed were undecided.
“The May 5 ballot proposal on roads is going to be the lens through which everything gets done in the first six months.”
New legislation would make Michigan the largest state to move away from a winner-take-all system to one that allocates electoral votes proportionally.
A new reports says Gov. Rick Snyder’s successful re-election campaign spent more than double what Democratic challenger Mark Schauer’s campaign shelled out.
Dale Hopfinger ran into a problem while trying to vote in Michigan: He was told he was dead.