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Tue June 10, 2014
Stateside for Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Heroin use in Michigan is on the rise. That's as many addicts shift from more expensive and harder-to-get prescription drugs to heroin, a cheaper alternative.
Then, big news from the Kalamazoo Promise. The program that offers free college to almost all the city's high schoolers is expanding to include more than a dozen private colleges and universities. We asked what this could mean for future Kalamazoo graduates.
Also, no goats allowed in Detroit. A herd of goats has been evicted from weedy lots that the city of Detroit owns.
Hear that? That ticking? That's the budget clock in Lansing.
State lawmakers want to get out of the Capitol to start campaigning in their districts, and that means there are only three session days left to wrap up work on the state budget for the upcoming fiscal year.
Some big issues have been tackled, but there are big ones still up in the air.
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