LANSING, MI. (WLNS) – Inside the Michigan Capitol Building the hallways are very quiet.
Residents in the state will have to wait until the calendar flips to 2016 before both chambers of legislation convene again.
Some lawmakers aren’t wasting any time reflecting and planning for next year.
Monday, House Democratic Leader Tim Greimel will hold a news conference at the Capitol to review 2015’s legislative session and to look ahead to the major issues of 2016.
It was a busy year for lawmakers highlighted by discussions to split the Detroit School District into two, the Flint Water Crisis and the $1.2 billion road improvement plan.