LANSING, MI (WTVB) - The Michigan legislature has just a couple of days left before they break for the year, and it’s clear that some things will get done and some will not. Finding funding for roads has hit one pot hole after another and sits stalled by the side of the road. A bill that would require 3rd graders to be held back until they can pass a reading proficiency test is going to be held back until next year.
Speaker Jase Bolger of Marshall says there are a few things that may come up, whether it’s campaign finance or education reform, pro-life issues and if they can get guarantees that folks can keep their home phones, then bills allowing phone companies to go digital may be approved. Their last day is Thursday.