Roads Legislation Flawed, Time to Move Forward on Other Issues

The roads funding legislation passed Tuesday night includes steps to address the Detroit Regional Chamber’s top policy priority, however the final plan is not the one the Chamber advocated for. The legislation contains long-term sustainability issues that likely will need to be addressed in the future and includes a significant lag before adequate funding is available to fix Michigan’s crumbling roads.

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Economic Inclusion Must Top Priority List

The Detroit News: Oct. 29, 2015

The national discussion on racial and economic equity that has grown in intensity over the last year resonates with leaders in Detroit, the region and our state. As a new era of economic growth is defined, we should consider also addressing the breadth of economic opportunity in a unified manner,

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