The Michigan Senate approved a $617 million bailout for Detroit Public Schools Wednesday night, and lawmakers are sharing their thoughts. State Rep. Amanda Price believes that the package’s approval will bring a “brighter future” for the kids of Detroit.
“I think it’s a great day for the kids in Detroit,” Price said on Stateside. “They will have a better future because this legislation has passed.”
Price joined Stateside to explain the reasons for her support of the DPS bailout package.
State Rep. Amanda Price is the House of Education Chair in Michigan.