Nearly 1,000 Protest Bills in Lansing

Teachers, firefighters and police officers filled the Capitol building in Lansing today to fight bills that would give new powers to financial managers appointed by the state to run struggling schools and cities. The Senate is set to vote on the bill today. The House passed the bill two weeks ago. Groups against the legislation say the bills are anti-union and would take away the rights of elected school board members, mayors and council members. But supporters say the plans would mean earlier help for financially troubled schools and communities and would help stop a bigger crisis. FOX 32 News will have more on this story during 7:00 & 10:00.