Just fix the roads already.
That's what some Michigan business leaders are all but begging Lansing to do, even if means getting behind $600 million in new taxes and fees.
But they say that’s how bad the roads are.
"I hope that's the message that the legislators hear, that it is just that important. Because we don't take this lightly,” says Rick Baker, President and CEO of the Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce.
His group and six other chambers – mostly from West Michigan – put out a statement today demanding Lansing take “immediate action on roads.”