The Michigan Legislature may not have been able to get a package of bills passed yet to fix the roads, but in the last four months, they've passed more than 70 bills that were signed into law by Gov. Rick Snyder.

Some of the most controversial issues that passed the House of Representatives and Senate included prohibiting communities from passing ordinances that would set wages of benefits for employers in their towns.

As of the end of October, members of the House and Senate have introduced 1,630 bills, 322 resolutions and 42 requests to change the state's constitution.  The Lansing State Journal has more on bills passed and signed into law.