Michigan's state budget will likely be out of whack by more than $173 million at the end of this year, according to state legislative budget forecasters.
Will legislators and the governor be able to set down their partisan cudgels and take a deep look at our state budget? So far, all of them have been whiny, partisan finger-pointers.
Our state's voters need to demand better behavior. If the legislature can't deliver a good product, then voters should consider making the legislature part-time and perhaps unicameral. Why have two houses, the House and the Senate, when legislative performance equals that of half a house.
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