Bernero vows to veto Lansing budget
Elected officials in Lansing are nearing the end of their annual give and take over the city’s next budget.
By a 5-3 vote Monday night, the city council approved a roughly $115 million spending plan that eliminated a number of items supported by Mayor Virg Bernero. The mayor has promised a veto.
Mayor Bernero talks with Current State's Mark Bashore about what he can and can’t accept, and about several developments have unfolded just in the 24 hours.