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Why a minimum wage increase could lead to road funding

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LANSING, Mich. (WJBK) - Some Democrats in Lansing are warning the governor and Republicans that they will not vote for the revised road funding package if they don't get a minimum wage increase.  

FOX 2's political inside Tim Skubick explains. Click on the video player above to watch his report.
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