GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - Gov. Rick Snyder will be live at WOOD TV8's studios Thursday night to answer your questions about the big issues affecting tax payers: Health care, the economy and the state’s infrastructure.
You’re invited to join us for The State of Michigan: Your Money, Your Voice where 24 Hour News 8 will go straight to the top to get the answers on the big issues affecting our communities.
The one-hour conversation with the governor will include questions from a live audience of pre-selected guests who come from a variety of backgrounds. 24 Hour News 8 will also be taking viewers’ questions from social media and woodtv.com.
Within days of the town hall discussion, lawmakers in Lansing will vote on Medicaid expansion, which is sure to be a big talking point on Thursday night.
In addition, as students are getting ready to head back to the classroom, questions regarding common core curriculum, which has Michigan school districts in limbo, are expected to be addressed.
Other big issues include Detroit’s bankruptcy, crumbling roads and overall budget concerns.
Questions for Gov. Snyder can be sent in advance and during the town hall to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The State of Michigan: Your Money, Your Voice airs on Thursday from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. on WOOD TV8 and will be streamed live on woodtv.com.
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