LANSING (WKZO) -- Michigan fruit farmers who are dealing with catastrophic crop losses will get some help from the state. Governor Snyder signed legislation spending 15-million dollars to cover the costs for banks to offer low interest loans to those affected in the agriculture industry. Losses are expected to be over 200-million dollars in the state after several freezes in April followed abnormally high temperatures in March.
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