Gov. Rick Snyder says Benton Harbor's financial emergency is over.
It's been four years since the state appointed an emergency manager to run the city's finances.
Snyder attributes Benton Harbor's success, in part, to the new emergency manager law he signed after voters repealed a former version. The law gives managers broad powers to fix the finances of the cities and school districts.
Snyder also gives Benton Harbor's most recent emergency manager credit for building trust in the community.
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