Michigan road funding


An economic study says the May ballot proposal to raise the state sales tax could also collectively cost Michigan taxpayers $100 million more in federal income taxes. 

CEO Rich Studley says board won't be pressured into making hasty decision


Governor Rick Snyder says he has faith the public will approve a May ballot proposal to boost road funding. 


State Representative Aric Nesbitt says nobody like raising taxes, but he says the citizens of Michigan will have a voice in deciding how to pay for road repairs. 

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Governor Rick Snyder took a swipe at Washington Tuesday in his State of the State speech -- and said Lansing could serve as an example to the federal government on how to solve problems.