September 2007
Legislative Inaction Forces State Government ShutdownGovernor Granholm has pledged to work with lawmakers as long as it takes to resolve the budget crisis, but said that without an agreement, the state must initiata a government shutdown today.
Governor Continues Negotiations on Bipartisan Agreement to Avert Shutdown, Protect Michigan Families In an address to the state Thursday evening, featured as this week's special edition radio address, Governor Jennifer M. Granholm cited progress in recent budget negotiations and said that she remains committed to working with lawmakers to avert a partial shutdown of state government.
Governor Granholm Cites Progress; Calls on Lawmakers to Act on Comprehensive Budget SolutionGovernor Granholm addressed the state and said citizens should expect a partial shutdown of state government, absent any late action by the Legislature to pass a comprehensive budget solution that will prevent massive cuts to public safety, health care, and education.

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