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Granholm announces No Worker Left Behind Web Site 

LANSING: In her weekly radio address, Governor Jennifer M. Granholm announced the No World Left Behind Web site (www.michigan.gov/NWLB), which allows workers from across the state to find job openings and training programs to take advantage of free tuition – up to $10,000 over two years – from the new No Worker Left Behind initiative.

“In Michigan, it’s time for our people to stop getting left behind in this tough, global economy, and start getting trained.” Granholm said. “That’s what No Worker Left Behind is all about.”

The governor’s weekly radio address is released each Friday morning and may be heard on broadcast stations across the state.  The address is available on the governor’s Web site (www.michigan.gov/gov) for download, as is a clip of the quote above.

The radio address is also available as a podcast on the Web site, as well as on iTunes and via RSS feed for general distribution to personal MP3 players and home computers.  





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