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Political roundup: Is a bipartisanship deal on roads on the horizon?
After months of debate in Lansing, Michigan could finally see an agreement on how to fix the state’s roads. According to State Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey, the Michigan Legislature is making progress in talks with Governor Whitmer about road funding.
Ken Sikkema is Senior Policy Fellow at Public Sector Consultants and a former Republican Majority Leader in the Michigan State Senate. TJ Bucholz is the president of Vanguard Public Affairs, a progressive political strategy firm in Lansing. They discuss whether an agreement is likely, and what it the final plan might look like.