Gov. Rick Snyder can stop biting his lip and exhale.
The Center for Michigan has postponed issuing his report card.
The non-partisan think tank was scheduled to release grades for Snyder’s first 100 days in office on April 11.
The governor has put forth an extraordinary number of budget and tax reform plans, but to date, the House and Senate haven’t acted on any of them. To what extent he’ll get them on board remains to be seen.
“We’ve changed our plan,” Executive Director John Bebow said this afternoon. “There’s too many things up in the air right now, too many things in process.
“Too many balloons have been launched, and it just doesn’t seem like a good idea (to grade him quite yet).”
It’s one thing to put out a proposal, and quite another to sell it to the Legislature.
The Center will wait and see what happens before issuing it’s evaluation.
“We may do something at the end of the year,” Bebow said.