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STATE BUDGET
(2007-05-01)
(wgvu) - GOVERNOR GRANHOLM HAS WARNED PUBLIC SCHOOL
DISTRICTS THAT THEY FACE A STATE AID CUT OF 125 DOLLARS PER
STUDENT.
GRANHOLM SAYS THAT CUT AND REDUCTIONS IN STATE PAYMENTS FOR
HEALTH CARE FOR THE POOR WILL HAPPEN UNLESS THE LEGISLATURE COMES
UP WITH ANOTHER WAY TO CLOSE A BUDGET DEFICIT.
SHE SAYS HOSPITALS AND DOCTORS COULD GET SIX PERCENT LESS MONEY
FOR TREATING LOW-INCOME PATIENTS.
GRANHOLM AND LAWMAKERS ARE GRAPPLING WITH A PROJECTED 700 (M)
MILLION-DOLLAR SHORTFALL IN MICHIGAN'S BUDGET.
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