Light Agenda Expected

By: AP
By: AP

Republicans who control the Michigan Senate might have a light agenda as they wrap up the 2009-10 legislative session.
Term-limited Senate Majority Leader Mike Bishop said Wednesday he's expecting to leave some key decisions to incoming Republican governor Rick Snyder and the Legislature taking office in January.
But Bishop says he'll survey Republicans to determine what should be addressed this year.
Funding for the Pure Michigan travel promotion ad campaign might not be addressed. Lawmakers say they support the campaign but disagree on how to pay for it.
Bishop says chances are "slim to none" that the Senate will act on a proposal related to the building of a second bridge between Detroit and Windsor, Ontario. is happy to provide a forum for commenting and discussion. Please respect and abide by the house rules:

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