LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) — There’s been no shortage of political news in Michigan this week, from two proposed tax cuts to COVID-19 waves increasing transmission levels of COVID-19 in 40 counties.

According to 6 News Capital Correspondent Tim Skubick, Michigan Senate Republicans brought up a tax cut plan that would total between $2.5 and $2.7 billion.

On the other side of the aisle, Governor Gretchen Whitmer proposed a plan that would give $500 that would go to taxpayers.

As for a timeline, Skubick says it’s uncertain.

“They could theoretically go in the room tomorrow and take about 10 minutes to say “I’ll give you what you want,” said Skubick. “It’ll probably be a little uglier than that.”

Additionally, COVID-19 numbers across the state are increasing, with many counties entering the medium or high-risk category.

As for masking, Skubick doesn’t foresee any statewide mandates

“The schools, of course, are concerned here in some continue to have policies,” continued Skubick.

You can watch the whole interview in the video player above.