CHICAGO - Michigan lawmakers are down to the wire in crafting a plan to finance schools in the wake of a state law eliminating more than $6 billion of school operating property taxes next year.

State officials said yesterday that they were hopeful a compromise could be reached between differing House and Senate plans as early as last night. If not, they said the House and Senate would be back next week at the bargaining table.

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