Economists say Michigan's job and tax revenues improve

May 16, 2013
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Governor Snyder wants one-time infusion of revenue to go into state's rainy day fund or to pay for road and bridge repairs

Source: Detroitnews

Lansing - Michigan is forecast to reach a pre-recession jobless rate of 6.9 percent in three years, while the state is reaping a multimillion-dollar tax windfall from investors who sold off stock last year in anticipation of higher tax rates.

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