Bernero vows to veto Lansing budget

May 22, 2013

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.

Lansing mayor Virg Bernero is vowing to veto parts of the budget the city council passed on Monday.
Credit Joe Linstroth / WKAR