Let It Rip: Are film incentives endangered; the sales tax vote for roads

Michigan lawmakers are looking at stopping TV and movie incentives.
Part 1: Are film incentives endangered

After seven years and $500 million, is Michigan getting rid of tax breaks for films and television shows. 

Lansing lawmakers are considering a bill that would end those incentives that bring Hollywood to Detroit.

On the panel:

Sanford Nelson, movie producer/director

Patti Kahn - cpa/auditor for the Michigan Film Office

Jimmy Johnson - radio host/conservative critic

Charlie Langton, FOX 2 legal analyst, host and reporter.

Part 2: The sales tax vote for roads

Some Michigan lawmakers say they want your vote to fix the roads but is it worth the price?

A vote to increase the state's sales tax will go toward roads and for education, says Gov. Rick Snyder. Why some say special interests get a cut.

On the panel:

Brad Williams, Detroit Regional Chamber

Terry Stryseak, Wayne County road commissioner

Rocky Raczkowski, Coalition Against Higher Taxes and Special Interest Deals

Charlie Langton, FOX 2 legal analyst, host and reporter.

To read more about the sales tax debate:

For the proponents' take CLICK HERE.

For the opponents' opinion CLICK HERE


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