Beyond The Bailout: In Michigan, What's Driving The Vote


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The politics of the federal government's auto intervention will factor heavily in the presidential race, but no more so than in Michigan, which holds its Republican primary Tuesday. We traveled to the manufacturing city of Jackson, Mich., to assess changing political sentiments in this swing state.



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