There's been plenty of consternation in Michigan in the month since Ford Motor Co. chose Kentucky and Tennessee for two huge battery-making campuses it's planning.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer even said the automaker never gave its home state a "real opportunity" to be considered for the projects, which represent $11.4 billion in investment.
Now state officials are turning their attention to General Motors as it decides where to put two more battery plants, in addition to those under construction in Lordstown, Ohio, and Spring Hill, Tenn. GM President Mark Reuss last week said the plants would be in the U.S. and that he expects the company to decide exactly where within six months.
Is Michigan in the running?