Michigan Reopens Government After Shutdown

Michigan has a deficit and lawmakers can't agree how to resolve it. They did approve a temporary spending measure but not before a very brief shutdown that started at midnight. The state had closed some highway rest areas and evicted some 1,500 campers at state parks

Rick Pluta reports from Michigan Public Radio.

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