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Thu May 8, 2014
Survey shows that over half of Michigan voters want Michigan to help Detroit's bankruptcy
A recent survey done by the group Business Leaders for Michigan finds that 66 percent of Michigan voters support Gov. Rick Snyder's pledge to have the state contribute to help settle Detroit's bankruptcy.
The survey found that 20 percent of voters oppose a state contribution, and more than 13 percent don't know if they are for or against.
There have been several ideas floated as to how much the state would give to what's known as the grand bargain – whether it would be a lump sum or spread out over a number of years, and where the money would come from.
Today, the State house unveiled legislation that spells out its idea for the best way to help Detroit out of bankruptcy.
Detroit News capitol reporter Chad Livengood joined us to discuss.
*Listen to the full interview above.
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