Rep Iden aids in landmark passage of plan to fix Michigan roads

first_img State Rep. Brandt Iden has voted in favor of a compromise plan which will repair and maintain our crumbling infrastructure across our state.“We’ve been working late into the night to ensure that our state has a plan keep Michigan rolling,” said Rep. Iden, R-Oshtemo. “All along, we have wanted exactly what all of Michigan has wanted: a plan to fix the roads once and for all, without unrelated spending, and without politics.”The finalized plan allocates money from Michigan’s General Fund and creates modest changes to increase revenue. Measures to include a mechanism triggering a decrease in the state income tax rate over time as inflation increases have remained in the plan. In addition to providing funds solely for road repair and construction, the plan provides $200 million in tax relief by expanding the Homestead Property Tax Credit, aiding middle and low-income families across all of Michigan.“Our team has been relentless in fighting to find a plan that works,” Rep. Iden said. “I’m honored to be a part of this historic decision that will secure a positive economic future for Michigan’s roads and bridges.”The plan now goes to Gov. Snyder for his signature.### 03Nov Rep. Iden aids in landmark passage of plan to fix Michigan roads Categories: Iden News,Newslast_img


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