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Does the state's $970M surplus mean money for residents?

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Gov. Rick Snyder has not endorsed it, but a key Republican leader is predicting Michigan taxpayers will get some money back now that state government has a surplus of $970 million.  

Fox 2's political correspondent Tim Skubick assesses the situation.
 
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