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More Road Funding

A new proposal has surfaced in Lansing to generate more revenue for roads in Michigan, and it does not include a general gas tax increase at the pump. In addition to the $215 million approved for roads last week, lawmakers are finalizing a bipartisan package that could see another $300-400 million for road maintenance. Among the ideas to help generate the revenue is boosting the state’s diesel tax, going to a wholesale gas tax, eliminating a 10% discount on car registration fees, and doing something about truck weights.

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