DETROIT – Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm says her state will maintain its lead on manufacturing jobs in the U.S., despite the recent trend of auto makers heading into the Southern U.S. Granholm plans to boost manufacturing jobs in her state. During a town hall meeting Aug. 28 at the American Axle and Mfg. Inc. (AAM) plant here, Granholm says it is crucial for Michigan to change its image from a “rust belt” state into one that promotes vehicle technology. Michigan has lost more ...

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