LANSING (WKZO) -- Tuesday, the Michigan House Appropriations sub-committee issued a rousing chorus of "no-way" to Governor Snyder's plans to raise 1.2-billion dollars for road and bridge repair. The governor wants to fund the fixes with increased gas taxes and vehicle registration fees. A civil engineers report released this week ranked Michigan's infrastructure well below the national average.
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