Feedback at 5:00: Where Should Michigan Revenue Go?

Lansing lawmakers are discussing a potential tax cut for Michiganders after new estimates came in on the state's revenue outlook.

The Senate Fiscal Agency recently estimated state revenue could rise to nearly $1.3 billion.
That number is expected to keep increasing over the next three years.
The Detroit Free Press reports that lawmakers will further discuss the issue when they return to the capitol next week.
Where would you like to see the revenue go: schools, roads, or to the taxpayers themselves?
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