CHICAGO -- In a dramatic to force property tax reform in Michigan, the state Legislature voted to eliminate the ability of school districts to levy operating property taxes, effective next July.

The action wipes out approximately $6 billion of school operating property tax revenues for school districts in the state beginning July 1. the start of the districts' fiscal year 1995.

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