Well he promised a plan and he delivered on that promise, Rep. Kevin Cotter Michigan’s House Speaker presented the plan to the state today.
As being reported by the Detroit News, the plan would generate $1.05 billion dollars annually (eventually, not right away) for infrastructure repairs.
The question has been for quite a while: Is there money in Michigan’s current budget to fix the roads?
According to analyst at the Mackinac Center for Public Policy, there just might be.
I read an article in the Detroit News written by Jarrett Skorup, a policy analyst at the Mackinac Center for Public Policy and James Hohman, assistant director of fiscal policy at the Center, which lays out where
From the calls of my listeners on air and everyone I spoke to off air I did not think it would pass, but I did not think it would go down in a blaze of glory like it did.
Yesterday Michigan voters said no to Prop 1 in one of the biggest landslide defeats since the 70’s and 80’s,
It was defeated by a margin of 80% no vote to 20% yes vote,
According to the state 350,742 Michiganders voted y
Did you know that the State of Michigan's MDOT audits go back as far as 1997? That is 18 years ago. Does that show that MDOT has a problem with quality control?
Really, is MDOT still asking for more money?
According to an article in the Lansing State Journal, we have a problem, Lansing...