Michigan Struggles to Avoid Shutdown

State legislators in Michigan are scrambling to eliminate a budget deficit to avoid a shutdown of much of the state's government on Monday. Lawmakers have been meeting throughout the weekend.

Detroit News reporter Mark Hornbeck talks to Andrea Seabrook from the Statehouse in Lansing.

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