Gov. Rick Snyder is calling for additional state funding to put more Michigan State Police troopers on the streets.
Dozens of recruits who graduated Friday to full-fledged troopers will give a much-needed boost to the ranks of the Michigan State Police, which is at its lowest staffing level since the late 1960s.
Seventy-eight new Michigan State Police recruits will be graduating this Friday and many of them will cover posts in cities facing high crime rates.
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed a supplemental budget bill that includes money to train more state troopers and fight crime.
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