Fixing Michigan’s Infrastructure

An editorial in the Lansing State Journal argued today that Michigan’s infrastructure is on the verge of becoming dangerously badly-maintained.

Aside from dramatic and deadly failures such as bridge collapses, roads in bad condition can take an extra toll on individuals and businesses in car maintenance fees, causing increases in costs to their customers as well.

The editorial supports a proposal by the state government significantly increasing infrastructure investment by a $10 per month increase in car registration fees. While this is an unwelcome burden on Michigan drivers, it will eventually pay off in improved driving conditions, which is a good thing for everyone.

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Written by Joseph Awad

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