LANSING, Mich. — Michiganders could see a little relief at the pump in the coming weeks after the state Senate voted to suspend the state’s gas tax on Thursday.
The vote was on a package of four bills that would suspend the tax from June 15 and through mid-September. The bills also would prevent sales and use taxes on certain fuels and commercial vehicles.
The package of bills now heads to the state House.
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