The state's savings account wouldn't last long if there was another economic downturn. That's according to new analysis from the Citizens Research Council.
The independent government watchdog says Michigan's "rainy day" fund is slowly recovering after it was drained during the Great Recession, but the state is still unprepared for a new downturn.
This Week in Review, Weekend Edition host Rebecca Kruth and senior news analyst Jack Lessenberry discuss what needs to happen to get Michigan's piggy bank back in shape.
They also talk about the resignation of Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence's chief of staff amid sexual misconduct allegations, the Michigan Civil Rights Commission's decision to table a request to include the LGBT community in the state's civil rights law, and an obscure state law that may allow Macomb County Commissioners to remove embattled county clerk Karen Spranger from office.