Gov. Snyder affirms there is a "fiscal crisis" in Wayne County
Governor Rick Snyder has affirmed a finding that Michigan's most-populated county is in a state of fiscal crisis.
The determination by the governor is the next step toward forcing the county to accept an agreement that includes big cuts to get to a structurally balanced budget.
The initial review was requested by Wayne County Executive Warren Evens, who says the county does not have to follow Detroit into emergency management and bankruptcy.