Leaders from cities, townships and villages around the state told the Michigan House Appropriations Subcommittee that the state's revenue sharing system isn't getting the job done.
East Lansing Mayor Nathan Triplett says years have cuts in revenue sharing have taken a toll on his city. Plus, his clerk says, the paperwork to apply for the Economic Vitality Incentive Program, or EVIP, is cumbersome and inefficient.
Tonight at six, News 10's Lorne Fultonberg takes you inside the committee room. Hear why so many townships voiced their concern and why one local lawmaker says it's time to do away with EVIP.