State Senator Has Road Fix Solution Without Raising Taxes
State Senator Patrick Colbeck, a Republican from Canton, has a potential solution to fix the roads in Michigan without raising taxes.
According to WNEM, Colbeck will introduce legislation this month that will help generate up to $462 million a year.
The proposed bills would call for the selling of advertising, naming rights, concessions or right-of-way contracts at bridges, offices, rest areas and parks across the states.
The proposal is one of many ideas to stop Governor Rick Snyder's plan to fix the roads by raising gas taxes and vehicle registration fees.