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Republican lawmakers in Michigan might push for income tax cut

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One of Governor Snyder's first challenges of the New Year might come from his own party. There could be a push by Republican lawmakers to roll back the personal income tax rate.

Governor Snyder is gearing up to ask voters to approve a boost in the state's sales tax to pay for road repairs, so a call to cut individual income taxes might seem like a mixed message to some.

Detroit News Lansing Bureau reporter Chad Livengood joined us to talk about this. Listen to our conversation with him below.

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