Senate Fiscal Agency says Proposal 6 could cost Michigan taxpayers $10.4 million if it passes

Michigan Radio

By Emily Fox

“A ballot proposal meant to stall a new international bridge in Detroit could cost Michigan taxpayers tens of millions of dollars. That’s according to a report from the Senate Fiscal Agency. Proposal 6 would require a public vote on any new international bridge or tunnel. The report says it would cost the state nearly $10.5 million to hold a special election on a new crossing. On top of that, researchers say tens of millions of dollars in infrastructure funding could also be in jeopardy,” Jake Neher reports.

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