Michigan Seeks to Overcome Ailing Economy

Michigan, considered the manufacturing heartland, is struggling along with its besieged industries. It has shed a third of auto industry jobs — though automakers continue to be the biggest employer in the state. Overall unemployment is 7 percent. Steve Inskeep, Don Gonyea, Rick Pluta

Rick Pluta reports from Michigan Radio

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