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State of the State: Snyder says Michigan's comeback continues

Press Release: Snyder’s budget proposal enhances investment in core areas to continue Michigan’s comeback

Gov. Rick Snyder’s proposed fiscal year 2015 budget – the product of three consecutive years of strict fiscal discipline – continues Michigan’s comeback by significantly investing in core priorities that will drive job creation, student success in the classroom, stronger communities, increased public health and safety, and tax relief for low- to middle-income families. Read More >>>

Budget Presentation

FY 2015 Executive Budget

Governor Snyder's fourth budget recommendation is grounded in fiscal responsibility and designed to fuel the state's continued comeback. As Michigan's economic turnaround progresses, the governor remains dedicated to advancing the state's reinvention. Download the full Executive Budget Recommendation.

Budget Presentation

Powerpoint: Fueling Michigan's Future - Governor Snyder's Budget Presentation

Michigan is back on track with more than 220,000 new private sector jobs since December 2010, is leading the nation in manufacturing job growth, and is seeing rising personal income, home sales and home values. See the facts about Michigan's comeback and how the FY 2015 budget will fuel an even stronger future. View the Governor's Powerpoint Presentation >>>

Budget Presentation

Video: Watch Governor Snyder's FY 2015 Budget Presentation

Governor Snyder and Lieutenant Governor Brian Calley presented the FY 2015 budget to the legislature on February 5, 2014. Watch the full video of their presentation.

Facts on education

Blog: The Facts on Education Funding in Michigan

More than $1 billion. That's how much more Governor Rick Snyder proposes in K-12 education funding compared to what our state budget in FY 2011. Read more and watch a video from Governor Snyder >>>