The recently released Epic MRA poll, which is taken from active and likely voters, revealed that 58 percent believe Michigan’s economy has bottomed out and is starting to improve.
Governor Snyder is criticizing a deal reached between the city of Detroit and police and firefighters.
Marketing Research Group President Tom Shields credits the rising support of the political figures to the public’s perception that the economy continues to improve.
The formation of the committee was made in response to Governor Snyder’s decision to appoint an emergency manager for Highland Park Public Schools.
Job growth in Michigan is expected to continue, but slowly, compared to 2011.
Spending was cut and taxes on individuals raised by a similar amount to keep the budget in balance.
Some estimates show the state could have more than $800 million in the general fund and school-aid fund. Final numbers won’t be settled for a few weeks.
The bill would eliminate the 3 percent employee contribution that state workers have been making since last year to help cover retiree health care costs.
Snyder says Michigan has taken steps to encourage job growth that will be more useful than a right-to-work law, such as significantly cutting business taxes that will go into effect Jan. 1st.
Gov. Rick Snyder still maintains he doesn’t want Michigan to become a right-to-work state.
Schools will have six months to put anti-bullying policies into place once Governor Rick Snyder signs the measures into law.