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Mich. Senate approves more of state budget plan

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LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan would spend $50 million on tax incentives to lure moviemakers and not bank on savings from making more poor people eligible for government-backed health insurance under a budget bill approved Tuesday by the state Senate. Those were among some key moves made by the Republican-led chamber in approving several more spending measures, leaving just one to be passed by...

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