Michigan Policast for March 25, 2019
Walt gets us rolling with a conversation on the Democratic primaries. We have soundbites, we have questions, we have theories. Here are the links:
Michigan! On the road to Center Line for a morning town hall at Hometown Heroes Coffee. Looking forward to seeing you at 8:30. pic.twitter.com/Baj2kA9bY8
— Beto O'Rourke (@BetoORourke) March 18, 2019
Segment two is a look at the 2019 ALICE in Michigan. This is an economic study by the Michigan Association of United Ways. Was the “Michigan Comeback” really a comeback? Was Governor Snyder really the “Comeback Kid?” Decide for yourself by downloading the report.
Download the 2019 ALICE in Michigan report here for information on unemployment, underemployment, demographics, regional data, and more.
Our #FTDR report is the subject of segment three.
- How proposed gas tax hike could impact trucking companies
- Business Leaders for Michigan applauds Gov. Whitmer for bold budget proposal
- Chamber Statement Following Governor Whitmer’s State Of The State Address
- Governor Proposes 45-Cent-Per-Gallon Tax Increase to Fix the Roads
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce advocates raising the gasoline tax, an initiative with rare political support from both conservatives and liberals https://t.co/kmXvYIP1Rm
— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) March 20, 2019
This week Walt talks to Dr. Charles Ballard, Professor of economics and director of State of the State Survey at MSU.