Snyder and Schauer offer different prescriptions to ailing cities and school districts
How do we fix Michigan's financially ailing cities and school districts?
The answer to that question is one of the core issues in the race for governor.
Detroit News Lansing Bureau reporter Chad Livengood wrote this piece in today's News that sorts out the different "prescriptions" that Rick Snyder and Mark Schauer offer to cities and school districts.
Livengood says Rick Snyder sees himself as the "fix it" guy, and Snyder thinks emergency managers have played an effective role in helping ailing cities and schools.
Livengood says Mark Schauer wants to abolish the current emergency manager law and send in "financial transition teams" to help communities and school districts instead.
* Listen to the interview with Chad Livengood above.