CHICAGO — Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder laid out an ambitious infrastructure plan Wednesday, saying the state needs $1.4 billion of new money to maintain its roads and bridges and should borrow $600 million for sewer and water projects.

The first-term Republican governor proposed that the state replace its long-standing per-gallon gas and diesel tax collection formula with a wholesale tax on the price of fuel. The move, which needs legislative approval, would make Michigan the only state to collect just a wholesale fuel tax.

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