The State Board of Education could join the effort to pass a May ballot proposal to boost road funding. State lawmakers are asking voters to approve raising the sales tax from six percent to seven percent



Governor Rick Snyder is expected to start signing bills Monday as part of a package to boost state road funding. The legislation is contingent on a May ballot question that would raise Michigan’s sales tax from six percent to seven percent. 

The Dyckman Avenue Bridge was one 28 listed as "structurally deficient" on a state list

If deal is approved it could fall between House legislation, and more expensive Senate package

Lawmakers are considering proposals to provide more money for road repairs