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What's the answer for Michigan?

A friend called last night about 10:30 to chat about the Michigan Legislature's efforts to pass a budget before the midnight deadline.  As a lobbyist, he was wringing his hands about our state's inability to agree on important issues like spending.

He asked:  "What would you do to get this back on track" and prevent it from happening again.

I don't see an answer.  There's no leader on the horizon who can bring polarized sides together.  There's no willingness in the state legislature to compromise.

The problem will continue and the state will keep on devolving into being a second-rate place to live and do business.  How sad.

Anybody see an answer to this mess?