Governors Address State Budget Shortfalls

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NPR's Juan Williams talks to two governors about how their states are coping with large budget deficits. Democratic Gov. Jennifer Granholm of Michigan and Republican Gov. Sonny Perdue of Georgia have addressed their state's shortfalls in different ways. Both were in Washington this week for the National Governors Association winter meeting.

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