Detroit voters last week approved an eight-year renewal of property tax millage, which is expected to generate $565 million for the city's public school system.

The measure passed despite a recent Michigan law that wipes out 6 billion of property tax revenues for elementary and secondary schools across the state beginning July 1, 1994.

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