A new poll shows that Michigan’s road funding and sales tax proposal is in some trouble ahead of the May 5 primary.
“There was a pothole out here last year that I put a baby doll in because it was so deep.”
One Michigan lawmaker says he has a “Plan B” to fix Michigan’s roads that does not involve a tax increase.
Voters will decide whether they want to increase the state sales tax and raise $1.3 billion a year more for transportation infrastructure.
I think I’ve come up with something that might actually take off and make Michigan a trendsetter.
“The May 5 ballot proposal on roads is going to be the lens through which everything gets done in the first six months.”
On M-59 westbound, east of I-75, there were multiple accidents with police on the scene.
A proposed tax hike aimed at improving Michigan’s transportation infrastructure and schools is heading to voters.
The fate of the tax hike rests entirely with voters.
House Speaker Jase Bolger and Minority Leader Tim Greimel say they are “very close” to an agreement.