An Op-Ed by Communications Director Michael D. Jahr and Assistant Editor Hannah K. Mead was published in today's Midland Daily News.

The piece details how the state of Michigan, in the midst of a multi-billion overspending crisis and without a balanced budget for fiscal year 2010, can still find time to create Web sites giving people advice on everything from what to eat to what to wear.

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