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The State House is moving on a package of bills that would boost speed limits on some Michigan highways 

MLive's Capitol reporter, Jonathon Oosting, joined us to discuss what exactly these House bills might do. 

Listen to the full interview above. 

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The Affordable Care Act shop door now has a "closed" sign on it, for the most part.

The open enrollment deadline passed at midnight.

Attention in Michigan now swings over to Healthy Michigan.

That's the official name for Michigan's expanded Medicaid program. It allows the state to bring more low-income residents into the Medicaid fold using funding available through the Affordable Care Act.

And Michigan's Medicaid expansion is something other states are watching because of a couple of important new twists to the program.

MLive Capitol reporter Jonathan Oosting joins us now.

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A pleasant problem occupies the minds in Lansing today: What should be done with a projected surplus of $971 million?

As one might expect, there is no shortage of debate surrounding what should be done with the windfall. 

We're joined by Chris Gautz, Capitol correspondent for Crain's Detroit Business, and Jonathan Oosting, MLive's Lansing reporter.