Governor Snyder is calling Michigan’s new plan to fix roads and bridges “outstanding".
The bills were approved by the House late last night in Lansing.
The road funding plan includes a 7.3 cent gasoline tax hike and a 20 percent increase on vehicle registrations.
The governor says the deteriorating roads will only become a bigger burden if they remain unaddressed.
Opponents say the plan delays necessary spending and shifts too much existing revenue into roads.
The governor has not said when he will sign the legislation.
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