Officials working with the National Governors Association and the National Conference of State Legislatures has said the U.S. Senate version of the stimulus bill now under debate could mean more than $1 billion less to Michigan than the House version.
Sources said the administration is not likely to work any anticipated federal money into the budget presentation because it is clear that will be unsettled on Thursday.
Republicans will obstruct progress, and then turn around and claim that the Democrats haven't brought us progress. You heard it here first, but you knew that would happen, didn't you. Sure you did. Quite frankly, when they announce that they are dumping $2 trillion in the bank mop-up and the stock market still tanks, you start to wonder how the Republicans can live with themselves...
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Oh alright. Turns out Detroit ain't so bad afterall. You can watch Mayor Ken Cockrel Jr. deliver the "State of the City" speech live on the Freep tonight if you are so inclined.