CHICAGO -- A recent lawsuit in Michigan involving capital appreciation bonds has led state lawmakers to consider a ban on the use of those bonds by school districts.

State Sen. Joanne Emmons, R-Big Rapids, plans to introduce legislation banning school district issuance of capital appreciation bonds as an amendment to an existing school bill tomorrow, according to Peter Jaskoski, her administrative assistant.

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