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Published on Sep 27, 2007
Governor Jennifer Granholm of Michigan speaks with Michigan citizens regarding the urgent budget crisis and her progress in working with the legislature to find a comprehensive solution.
LANSING -- Governor Jennifer M. Granholm tonight addressed the state and said citizens should expect a partial shutdown of state government, absent any late action by the Republican-controlled Senate and Democratic-controlled House of Representatives to pass a comprehensive budget solution that will prevent massive cuts to public safety, health care, and education.