This week, Michigan lawmakers are expected to continue discussing ways to spend more money to fix state roads. It’s estimated the state has to come up with at least $1.2 billion annually to repair Michigan’s aging and crumbling roads and bridges.
In May, voters rejected a proposal to increase fuel and sales tax rates to pay for fixing the roads.
Most of the proposals on the table now include tapping existing state revenues. The general fund is used to fund most state government programs.