By Rick Pluta, Michigan Public Radio Network
LANSING, MI – The Michigan House is voting on a temporary budget that would continue current spending levels for 30 days. That would buy lawmakers more time to reach a budget deal with the midnight deadline drawing closer. The Senate would also have to adopt the temporary plan. But Republican leaders want a temporary budget to cut spending.
WE'LL HAVE MORE on the state budget later today. Check this website, and listen to All Things Considered at 4 p.m. on 90.5 WKAR.