CHICAGO - Two property tax cut measures that will appear on Michigan's Nov. 3 ballot have raised concerns on the part of rating agency officials and opposition among local governments.

Localities fear a direct or indirect drain on revenues, while credit officials say the proposed constitutional amendments could impair both state and local financial flexibility.

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