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The State of Politics: A Budget Windfall In Michigan And A Stalemate On Medicaid Reform

May 18, 2018

Rick Pluta, managing editor and Capitol bureau chief for the Michigan Public Radio Network
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The State of Michigan gets a $315-million dollar windfall.  That money will be used in a budget that should be finalized in early June.  Working out the sticking points on Medicaid reform may take much longer.  Those are just two of the topics covered in 89.1 WEMU's 'The State of Politics." 


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Michigan Budget Windfall

Michigan Medicaid Reform

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