Snyder's budget proposal calls for increased investments in roads, education and public health

Feb 7, 2013
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Snyder calls $50.9-billion spending plan "a responsible budget."

Source: Mlive

LANSING, MI -- Gov. Rick Snyder, saying Michigan is on the "comeback path," on Thursday introduced a budget proposal reflecting that belief by increasing investments in infrastructure, public health and education. Speaking before lawmakers and media this morning at the Boji Tower in downtown Lansing, Snyder outlined a $50.9 billion budget, which represents a five percent spending increase compared to the current fiscal year.

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