DIA up for $10M in new state funds
By Chris Christoff, Free Press Lansing Bureau, at 11:03 a.m. September 28, 2010. This article is about the state will give $10 million dollars to the Detroit Institute Association for the money would come from unused funds by the end of next year, because funds that are not spent by a lot of departments. By this happening the government will cut some of the tuition for high school students that have low income, the cut will save $1.2 Million dollars. But for the state to give 10 mil to the DIA when communities across the state are laying off public safety personnel and cutting essential services when given this money to the DIA.
My opinion to this issue is that the state should hold on to the money for important reasons and should not be given it all away at the same time, so the Detroit Institute Association should ask for the money when they need the money so, what they can do is get the money they need first and spend that and when they need more money out of the $10 million they can get it for the because the tax payers have worked hard on the money that they earn and give to the state than to give to the Detroit Institute Association to remodel there or to rebuild the DIA.
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Liberty is supported this article because the economic freedom how the Detroit Institute Association ask the government/state for the $10 million dollars to rebuild or remodel the DIA. [continues]
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