While those in the industry pushed Monday for the Legislature to finish up energy policy legislation before the end of the year, the chair of the Senate Energy and Technology Committee said a vote is more likely in the beginning of 2016.
And Rep. Aric Nesbitt (R-Lawton), the chair of the House Energy Policy Committee, said he will be working with members this week to ensure they understand the bills with the hope of voting on the House floor next week.
As the Senate returns from its legislative break on Tuesday, the number one issue eyes will likely be on, at least for this week, is a series of bills that would provide tax exemptions for a major data center corporation looking to expand in Michigan.
Michigan schools have lower credit ratings on average than school districts nationwide, and have seen their collective general fund balance decline by nearly half in the last decade, a report issued by Moody's Investors Services says.
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