The state legislature is scheduled to meet briefly next week, right in the heart of election season. But don't expect much to get done until after the election.
There are plenty of key legislative issues unresolved in Lansing, including energy reform. That could be one of the main questions tackled by lawmakers when they come back to Lansing in the lame-duck session following the November 8 election.
“I’m trying to get in all of my sleep now,” says Michigan Public Radio reporter Cheyna Roth, “because once they do come back … I have a feeling we’re going to see a lot of activity on quite a few things.”
Cheyna Roth spoke with IPR News Radio about what to expect in the coming months: