LANSING (WKZO) -- Lawmakers in Lansing have several issues to address before they take their holiday break on December 12th.
Campaign finance changes will be considered by the House of Representatives. Increases in campaign contributions have been approved by the Senate. The legislature will consider three laws concerning medical marijuana including the sale of marijuana at pharmacies.
Education issues, including a bill to hold back third graders if they fail a standard reading test, is on the docket. Bills on Medicaid Expansion and no-fault auto insurance are also expected to be voted on.