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Hundreds of Lansing high school students walked out of school and marched to the capitol this morning to protest Governor Snyder’s proposed budget cuts to education. Students say the cuts could affect their schools and some have already given up some elective classes and other programs. They also say the cuts would increase classroom size. Lansing school officials say the students face disciplinary action for skipping school, which could include suspension. However, most of the students say the walk-out was worth it to get their voices heard. (MRN)

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