Dale Zorn

Senate Passes Bills to Support Improvements in Michigan’s Port Infrastructure

Dale Zorn

LANSING — The Michigan Senate has finalized a bipartisan legislative package designed to support improvements to Michigan’s ports and help them compete with ports in other Great Lakes states.

Two of the plan’s three bills — Senator Dale Zorn’s bill and a House bill — were passed by the Senate in late May.

“Our ports are critical to our state’s economy, and being able to service more ships would help lower costs for Michigan businesses and consumers and create more high-paying jobs for Michigan workers,” Zorn said. R-Onsted. “My account allows our ports to use revenue bonds for projects that allow them to handle more freight, such as sea containers. It’s about championing jobs in Michigan and ensuring that our ports, such as the Port of Monroe, can compete with other US ports for cargo.”

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