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Morning read: MI Gov. Granholm told by Pfizer that 2,300 lost jobs not state's fault

Michigan's Gov. Jennifer Granholm was told by Pfizer's CEO that the state's tax system and its job climate had nothing to do with the drug company's decision to take more than 2,300 high-paying jobs out of the state.

In addition, according to a column by Tom Walsh of the Detroit Free Press, these high end jobs are not being eliminated, they are being moved to other states where taxes are high.

What's Michigan doing wrong?  How could we have kept those jobs in the Great Lakes state?

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