Dem insiders anticipate new legislative priorities, sales tax vote
Four months from today, Michigan voters will make the next move regarding our state’s crumbling roads and bridges. They’ll decide whether to hike the state sales tax by one cent on the dollar. Approval would create over a billion dollars annually to help repair the roads, but it would also restore the state’s earned income tax credit and send more state revenue to schools. Rejection means Governor Rick Snyder and the legislature are back at square one in the road funding debate. So, what can we expect to see and hear over the next four months?Current State talks about the sales tax campaign and other matters with Rich Robinson, executive director of the Michigan Campaign Finance Network, and MCFN president Lynn Jondahl.