LANSING (WKZO) -- Michigan's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate has fallen slightly for April. State officials put the figure at 8.4-percent, a decline of a tenth of a percent from March. The rate is seven-tenths of a percent below the year-ago figure, but remains higher than the national jobless rate of 7.5-percent.
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