CHICAGO — Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder and legislative leaders have agreed on a $50 billion budget framework for 2014 that puts more money into roads, schools and the budget stabilization fund.

The agreement does not include an expansion of the Medicaid program as provided for under the new federal health care law or an overhaul of the state's transportation funding formula, both proposals Snyder pushed.

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