With only weeks before the state’s budget deadline, and a looming government shutdown, voters are clamoring for solutions that keep the lights on, keep their taxes low, and prioritize the cash they send to Lansing to tackle the biggest problems.
https://media.giphy.com/media/LkXsWtqzxade8/giphy.gifGovernor Gretchen Whitmer’s response to the looming crisis? She abruptly walked out of budget negotiations to go do the Today Show on NBC, make an end run around the legislature to ban flavored vape, and launch an all-out assault on your 2nd Amendment gun rights.

Here they go again.
Governor Gretchen Whitmer and many in the legislature – including some Republicans – are actively and publicly embracing the idea of raising taxes on motorists, consumers, and Michigan families to pay for big new spending in next year’s state budget, with the threat of an October 1 government shutdown looming overhead.

Labor Day; a time to celebrate Michigan workers, to enjoy one last taste of summer, to take that last family outing before the kids head back to school, to navigate orange barrels and never-ending lane closures.
This holiday weekend may be more frustrating than ever for motorists as work sites on local roads and highways remain behind schedule amidst a month-long strike by the Operating Engineers union. Worse, there appears to be no end in sight.

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