LANSING (WKZO) -- Some Michigan school districts are getting some leeway on the number of snow days they have to make up this year. It's part of a bill signed by Governor Snyder last week, requiring them to hold only 174 days of school. That's as long as they provide close to two-thousand hours of instruction.
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