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    The following appropriation bills for Fiscal Year 2008-09 were signed by Governor Granholm:

     

    August 5, 2008

    K-12 School Aid ($13.4 billion)

    General Government ($3.16 billion)

    July 17, 2008

    Community Colleges ($299.4 million)

    Department of Community Health ($3.1 billion)

    Department of State Police ($284.9 million)

    Judiciary ($262 million): Granholm vetoed a $980,000 probation pilot program, saying its provisions for allowing judiciary officials supervisory authority over executive officials were unconstitutional

    Department of History, Arts, and Libraries ($54 million)

    Department of Natural Resources ($10.6 million)

    Department of Labor and Economic Growth ($1.4 billion)

    Department of Corrections ($1.98 billion)

    Department of Human Services ($4.6 billion)

    Department of Agriculture ($108 million): Granholm slashed $11.6 million in horse racing appropriations, which would have been paid for by cuts in the bovine tuberculosis program, saying such disinvestment would jeopardize the eradication of bovine tuberculosis from cervid populations

    Department of Environmental Quality ($44.4 million)

    July 16, 2008
    Higher Education ($1.769 billion)

    Department of Education ($95.1 million)

    Military and Veterans Affairs ($183.8 million)

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    Evan Martinak is state budget policy fellow for the Michigan Policy Network. Evan is from Walled Lake, Michigan on the east side. He is a student in James Madison College, pursuing a major in international relations and also doubling it with an economics major. He intends to pursue a minor in Philosophy of Law. He is highly involved in student government at MSU. He is a member of ASMSU (The Associated Student of Michigan State University) as well as James Madison College Student Senate. He is also an avid Manchester United fan.