Mich. Governor: Delegate Conflict Will Be Resolved

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Sen. Hillary Clinton raised the temperature of her contest with Sen. Barack Obama for the Democratic presidential nomination this weekend. Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm, a Clinton supporter, talks about the race — and the Democratic National Committee's decision to strip Michigan of its delegates after the state moved up its primary.

Granholm, who is attending the National Governors Association conference in Washington, tells Jacki Lyden that the conflict over seating Michigan's delegates will be resolved before the convention.



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