Michigan road funding

KALAMAZOO, MI -- A representative of the Michigan Municipal League urged the Kalamazoo City Commission during a special meeting Monday to support a statewide road funding proposal before it heads to voters in May. (Kalamazoo Gazette)

LANSING, MI - The Michigan Chamber of Commerce, a leading business group with deep pockets and roughly 6,700 members, announced Monday that it will remain neutral on the state's May 5 road and sales tax proposal.

WMUK

State Representative Aaron Miller says he can support a tax increase as part of a comprehensive package for road funding. But he says lawmakers and the Snyder administration can do better than the plan which includes an increase in the state sales tax. 


WMUK

State Representative Aaron Miller says lawmakers and the Snyder administration should not count on voters approving a sales tax increase to boost road funding. 


Melissa Benmark / WKAR

The state’s top budget official says he would support limiting the amount of money a business could claim in tax credits each year. 

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