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STATE OF STATE-PREVIEW
(2008-01-28)
(wgvu) - Governor Granholm plans to take up
unfinished business from last year in tomorrow's State of the State
address.
It includes making kindergarten mandatory and requiring students
to stay in school until they're 18. And letting communities take
some of the money raised through property taxes to match private
donations so they can copy Kalamazoo's free college tuition plan.
The Democratic governor proposed all three in last year's State
of the State address. But the focus on the budget and new taxes
left them undone.
Reviving Michigan's troubled economy again will be a theme.
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