An idea to give Michigan students an iPod or other MP3 player as a learning tool has been met with sharp criticism in a state that is facing a budget shortfall of hundreds of millions of dollars.

Michigan House Democrats tried to derail the distracting controversy April 12, saying a statement made the previous week about providing iPods for Michigan students had been misconstrued and was diverting focus from the state's budget crisis.


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