LANSING (WXYZ) - Governor Snyder mapped out his budget plan in Lansing Thursday morning.
According to the Governor's office, more than 75 percent of the budget will be dedicated to education and health and human services.
Michigan roads and the money needed for their repair was also a key point.
The governor told 7 Action News before the proposal, "We're going to bring diesel up to parody with gasoline, so there is a real change there," says the governor. "The other one is on registration fees."
Governor Snyder will host a town hall tonight at 7:00 p.m.
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