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Republicans say the budget includes record spending on K-12 education, money to train new state troopers and addresses debt in the teacher retirement system.
Programs to support food assistance and help with heating costs also were included in the budget.
That drew praise from the Michigan League for Public Policy. That group’s President and CEO Gilda Jacobs said “The decision to continue funding the Healthy Michigan Plan is a win for all Michiganians—especially the 660,000 residents who rely on the plan for healthcare.”  June 22, 2017 — Associated Press/WLNS CBS TV 6 (Lansing)