Michigan lawmakers look to voters for a road deal
Gov. Rick Snyder and legislative leaders have struck a deal on road funding.
After many, many closed-door meetings, the announcement was made at a news conference at the Capitol.
To get to more than $1 billion in funding, the centerpiece of the plan is an increase in the state sales tax. It’s something voters would have to decide in a ballot question in May.
Snyder says that’s OK with him.
Listen to our conversation with Rick Pluta and Zoe Clark below.