6A - Thursday, January 20, 2011
The Michigan Daily - michigandailycom
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creativity, and this enables us to
touch more lives of more consumers
in more parts of the world."
Though it was announced last
night, the partnership between
the URC and P&G hasn't yet been
finalized. According to Popyk, the
negotiations have been ongoing
for several months, and the deal is
expected to be finalized in Febru-
SNYDER TO CUT MICHIGAN
Snyder said in his speech that he
will eliminate the Michigan Busi-
ness Tax in his two-year budget
proposal to be submitted to the state
legislature in mid-February.
The governor added that he
hopes the legislature will have the
budget completed by May 31.
Snyder said he plans to replace
the "job-killing" business tax with
a 6 percent corporate income tax.
Repealing the business tax would
create a large revenue shortfall in
the state budget, but Snyder didn't
say how, or if, that shortfall would
Many, including Coleman, have
speculated that the state could cut
higher education funding in order
to balance the budget. But Cole-
man said it is too early in the budget
process to determine how potential
cuts would affect the University.
"(Snyder) has used the words
'shared sacrifice,'so I don't know yet
what this means," Coleman said. "I
know, though, that the governor has
a deep appreciation for the role of
universities in society and for access
for students, but it's just too earlyto
In an interview last week, Uni-
versity Provost Philip Hanlon said
the University plans several budgets
to prepare for however high or low
the state appropriation is.
"Gov. Snyder wants to reform
the business tax, which, in the
short run, will lower revenue even
lower (than it already is)," Hanlon
said. "So that leads to uncertainty.
It's quite certain that there will be
a gap between the current year's
expenditures and next year's rev-
enues for the state. So, what they
have to do is close that somehow,
and what we don't know is how
they'll do that."
In the current state budget,
signed into law by former Demo-
cratic Gov. Jennifer Granholm last
October, the University received
$316 million from the state - a
2.8-percent decrease from the pre-
In the official Democratic
response to the State of the State
address, Senate Minority Leader
Gretchen Whitmer (D-East Lan-
sing) lambasted Snyder, saying that
eliminating the Michigan Business
Tax would create a budget hole that
would adversely affect government
However, Whitmer said the Dem-
ocrats in the state legislature would
be willingto work with Snyder if the
proposed legislation is prudent, no
matter which party came up with
"We are eager to take a look at
anything that really makes Michi-
gan more competitive and creates
jobs while protecting the things that
make our state great, like our educa-
tion and public safety," she said.
SNYDER VOWS TO IMPROVE,
Echoing sentiments from his Jan.
1 inaugural address, Snyder pledged
to better the state by working with
Republicans and Democrats alike.
Throughout his speechlastnight,
Snyder discussed several plans to
create jobs and improve Michigan's
"The path to a bright future is
based on all of us contributing to the
solution," Snyder said. "Tonight, I
will start with specifics on the topic
of economic development. Simply
put - job one is jobs."
Snyder said he is forming a group
made of the Michigan Economic
Development Corp, the Michigan
Department of Transportation, the
Michigan State Housing Develop-
ment Authority and the Michigan
Department of Energy, Labor and
Economic Growth to help the state
bounce back from the recession and
produce more jobs.
He also announced his support
for the Detroit International River
Crossing project that would build a
second bridge spanning the Detroit
Ontario. Snyder said he brokered an
agreement with the Federal High-
way Administration last week in
Washington, D.C., in which the
federal government would match
the $550 million the Canadian gov-
ernment is supplying for the bridge
Snyder proposed several other
programs to foster economic
growth including expanding the
scope of the MEDC and encourag-
ing educated foreign immigrants to
move to the state. He added that it
is the responsibility of all Micjgan-
ders to work together to move the
"We can, and indeed we must,
begin right now to build a Michi-
gan where the next generation has
the chance to live, to work, to play,
to prosper," Snyder said. "So let's
roll up our shirt sleeves and get to
UN adds 2,000 troops
to Ivory Coast force
Despite threat, Ouattara, declared the winner
of the elections, has been unable
incumbent president to assume the presidency because
Gbagbo refuses to leave office
refuses to step down despite sanctions, multiple visits
by African leaders and now the
UNITED NATIONS (AP) - The threat of a military ouster.
U.N. Security Council yesterday "I regret to announce that the
voted unanimously to deploy breakthrough that was needed
2,000 additional peacekeepers did not materialize," Odinga said
to Ivory Coast, where the incum- in a statement issued yesterday
bent president has refused to morning.
relinquish his post to the man Odinga said Gbagbo had bro
internationally recognized as the ken several promises that he had
West African country's legiti- made to lift a blockade put in
mate leader. place around the Abidjan hotel
Ivory Coast has seen violence where Ouattara is confined.
and increased tension since the "Mr. Gbagbo gave mean assur-
disputed presidential election in ane that this blockade would be
November. The new U.N. troops, lifted yesterday, but he broke that
to be deployed through June, promise - for the second time in
would bolster the world body's two weeks," Odinga said.
peacekeeping force to nearly Swiss authorities, meanwhile
12,000. were moving to immediately
African Union envoy Raila freeze any assets belonging to
Odinga, Kenya's prime minister, Gbagbo, Swiss President and For-
said yesterday that despite two eign Minister Micheline Calmy-
days of meetings he has failed Rey said yesterday. It was not
to persuade incumbent Laurent immediately known how much *
Gbagbo to relinquish the presi- money Gbagbo may have in Swiss
dency to Alassane Ouattara. bank accounts.
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