Plan to Fix Michigan Roads Stalls in State Senate
A plan to fund improvements to Michigan's roads and bridges failed in the state early Thursday morning.
The proposal called for more than doubling Michigan's 19 cents per gallon gasoline tax over the next five years as a way to raise $1.2 billion needed annually to fix the roads. According to NBC 25, the senate is expected to revisit the issue today before they head out on summer break.
With the winter we had, and the potholes we are dodging daily, will you be angry if they don't come up with a plan to fix for Michigan's roads before they go on summer break?