LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) - Senator Debbie Stabenow was in Lansing Monday morning to talk about agriculture and encouraging Michigan residents to buy food made here in the state. "I think there is no 'yes or no'. I mean this is, at this point, something where it has to be done a step at a time. I think the president deciding not to do the joint military training was an important signal that we obviously support the efforts that will stop the violence," said Stabenow.
Afterwards, 6 News asked her if the United States should be more involved in Egypt.
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