Rallies Monday in support of public-sector benefits that are out of balance were held as teachers are considering whether or not to hold illegal strikes, according to WEYI-TV25.

“The realities are such in Michigan that we need to take a hard look at every area in which we can save money,” Michael Jahr, vice president for communications, told WEYI. “We’re becoming a poor state, but we’re paying our public-sector workers as though we are a wealthy state.”

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