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March 5, 2021
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(wgvu) - It's unclear exactly what will happen if
Michigan lawmakers don't agree on how to fix state government's
budget problems by the time the next fiscal year October 1.
The possibilities include shutting down nonessential government
services and passing a bare-bones budget that continues current
spending levels.
It's unlikely the state will have enough money to fund a
continuation budget that lasts for months.
So far, the Legislature has been unable to come up with a plan
combining spending cuts and tax increases to close a projected 1.7
billion-dollar deficit.
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