(MPRN-Lansing) The state Senate could vote Tuesday on a proposal to boost road funding. Ahead of that vote, Gov. Rick Snyder appears to be warming to the plan which would make big cuts to the state budget.
"Lansing — The latest legislative plan for fixing Michigan’s crumbling roadways would divert $806 million from the state’s $10 billion general fund plus untold hundreds of millions in future income tax reductions when fully implemented by 2021." (Detroit News)