President Trump’s proposed budget could mean trouble for southeast Michigan.
That’s the opinion of Congressman Sander Levin and more than 20 organizations in the area.
The congressman met with representatives from different organizations at risk of losing federal funding if the president’s budget is approved.
Levin says the proposed budget has very few positives, if any, for Michigan residents.
“I don’t want people to go hungry because of these cuts, I don’t want them to be in the cold without assistance for heat,” Levin said.