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Thu May 22, 2014
Michigan is closer to putting money down for Detroit's "grand bargain"
Michigan has taken a big step closer to putting money down on the table of Detroit's "grand bargain."
The newly formed House Committee on Detroit's Recovery and Michigan's Future approved an $11 billion package that would see the state send $194.8 million dollars to Detroit. And it would create a panel to oversee city finances for at least 13 years. The aid package now goes to the full House.
We were joined by the chair of that House committee. State Rep. John Walsh, R-Livonia.
*Listen to the full interview above.