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Did Michigan dodge the state budget bullet?

Michigan is a "state of strife", says morning newspapers

Did things change overnight to bring Michigan legislators together on a state budget that is almost two months late?  Check these two stories and you decide:

  • Detroit Free Press reports about how bickering is increasing between Gov. Granholm and Senate Majority Leader Mike Bishop.  And then check towards the middle of the story about how our state's public schools could be facing another $120 per pupil cut this year.
  • Detroit News reports pretty much the same, except they describe the bickering as "wrangling."
How do you as a voter feel about this?  What's the answer?  Remember be nice.

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