LANSING (WKZO) -- The taxes collected by the state on gasoline sales will be put toward road work for the next year. Governor Snyder has signed a bill sponsored by state Senator John Proos that ensures the roughly 100-million dollars in tax revenue from fuel won't be moved to the state's General Fund and spent wherever it's allocated. Proos says by making sure the taxes are actually spent where they're supposed to be will help the state receive around 400-million dollars in federal matching funds for road work.
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