Michigan rolls out a new saftey plan
Michigan's governor has rolled out a new safety plan, Wednesday.
Governor Rick Snyder said the state is trying to move in the right direction, economically.
The governor said that the plan is somewhat irrelevant if people there don't feel safe.
Snyder also said, "If you can't feel safe in your community, if you can't feel comfortable having your kids go to school or go to the grocery store, it's hard to say you can build on those other platforms."
Snyder is pushing for millions of dollars to pay for new police officers and more jail space across the state.