In this morning's headlines: Feds in Detroit, drug test unemployment bill, Common Core funding
Obama administration in Detroit, to announce $300 million for the city
White House officials will be in Detroit today. As Michigan Radio's Sarah Cwiek reports,
"White House officials are expected to announce about 300 million in public and private dollars for Detroit. It will be a combination of new money, and federal dollars the city had been granted but couldn't access," Cwiek reports.
Fail a drug test, lose unemployment benefits bill moves forward
"Job seekers who refuse or fail an employer drug test could lose their unemployment benefits under a bill adopted by the state House," Rick Pluta reports.
State House votes to restore funding to Common Core
"Michigan would continue to implement a set of state school standards under a resolution that cleared the state House. State lawmakers stopped funding for the implementation of the Common Core standards earlier this year," Jake Neher reports.