Treasury Department reports have pegged the cost of "tax expenditures," which include credits, deductions and exemptions, at more than $30 billion.
Michigan's governor-elect, Rick Snyder says he's looking at cuts among the more than $30 billion in tax credits, deductions and exemptions.
Does anybody have an itemized list of those with background behind each one?
Are all "tax expenditures" bad and free money to special interests?
Does Snyder have the legislative skills to convince legislators to essentially raise taxes? What about the special interests? Can he convince them?