As the snow and ice have melted, Michigan has come up with a bumper crop of potholes and crumbling roads – roads that were already badly in need of repair. And that has turned everyone's attention to fixing the roads and how to pay for it.
State House Republicans are proposing an annual $500 million solution.
Here to tell us more about that is Kathleen Gray of the Detroit Free Press Lansing Bureau.
Listen to the full interview above.