Lessenberry on Snyder's final State of the State address
Last night Governor Rick Snyder delivered his eighth and final State of State address at the Capitol in Lansing. One of the topics Snyder hit on was "civility" in politics.
"One of the warning signals, I'll tell you, if you hear someone running for office, and this is my personal view, and they talk about fighting, the red light should be flashing," he said. "Who are we fighting? Ourselves. That's not right. Fighting does have a role. It was on the beaches of Normandy, not on the beaches of Lake Michigan."
Morning Edition host Doug Tribou and senior news analyst Jack Lessenberry break down the governor's speech.