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No vote yet for state aid package to Detroit

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LANSING, Mich. (WJBK) - No voting happened Tuesday in Lansing on the $195 million state aid package for retirees in Detroit. Nonetheless, Mayor Mike Duggan and eight Detroit City Council were out in force to line up the 'yes' votes.  

FOX 2's political insider Tim Skubick has more on their lobbying efforts. Click on the video player above to watch his report.

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