HEADLINES : Michigan
Michigan government budget looks stable as forecasters meet in Lansing
LANSING, MI - It appears Michigan's state government budget situation is remaining stable - but there are differing opinions on some specifics headed into a key conference scheduled for today at the Capitol.
There's no doubt that figuring out the next spending plan for Michigan's state government will be a high priority for Gov. Rick Snyder and state lawmakers in 2013. Some of the revenue projection information they use to build that budget plan will be agreed upon at today's conference featuring officials from the Senate Fiscal Agency, House Fiscal Agency and the Snyder administration.
It's possible there will be some additional money to spend in some areas when the Snyder administration details its next budget plan, which likely will happen in February.