Agreement Between Michigan Governor, Lawmakers Sets Up Budget Negotiations

Carvlin, Elizabeth
July 2006
Bond Buyer;7/6/2006, Vol. 357 Issue 32417, p3
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The article reports on the agreement between Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm and state legislators to establish a $9.2 billion general fund budget for fiscal 2007 and a $13 billion school aid budget. The agreement aims to settle the differences between the budgets approved in each house. The Legislature and Granholms' compromise includes a $210 per pupil funding and an increase of funds by 3 percent for universities, colleges and community colleges.


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