Michigan Report for Friday, December 19, 2014

Road Funding Campaign Must Woo Funders Before Voters

There is wide acknowledgment that victory on May 5 on the road funding/sales tax plan will require a substantial financial commitment, but as of Friday many of those potential funders were still on the fence.

But the proposal may actually start out with support from the electorate. At least one pollster said the plan starts out ahead with voters.

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