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Tue March 5, 2013
Giving grants to to Michigan high school grads for college
Anyone writing tuition checks to a college or university will tell you it takes a big bite out of your checking account.
Senate Democrats in Lansing are now re-introducing their Michigan 2020 plan.
Under their plan, Michigan high school grads would receive grants allowing them to pay tuition at our state's public universities and community colleges.
They tried to get this Michigan 2020 plan off the ground last year, but it got a hearing and never advanced beyond that.
We talked with Senator Gretchen Whimer (D- East Lansing) about how the plan would work and where the money would come from.
Also, a new study released by the University of Michigan shows belief in global warming among Americans is going back up.
We ask why and how this change in public opinion will impact public policy.