To The Point: Sen. Gretchen Whitmer

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Gretchen Whitmer, the Democratic leader in the Michigan Senate, is the guest on this episode of To The Point, Jan. 6, 2013.

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Your friend probably pays his workers $10.00 an hr. with no health care available, or it cost the employee $150.00 per week to insure his family. That is out of the $10.00 per hr. I do agree we pay too much in taxes and we should cut the legitlators first.
if we have 5 millon in the rainey day fund why not use that we tax payer have all ready payed in. if i have to pay the add money i'll pay all most $400.00 a year for my car plate. and more for my wifes car on top of that. i still like the idea of toll roads and lower gas tax. i think we all ready pay for right to use when it comes to roads repair. i have a friend that has a black top buss he has to pay his employees the same as state worker when doing state roads but when he does other roads he pays less he can do 1 block for the state and 3 blocks reg pay for his employees. at a much better saving to tax payers for the same work..

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