CHICAGO -- Michigan lawmakers this week passed legislation to ensure future funding for outstanding tax increment financing debt and approved the last pieces of the state's fiscal 1995 budget.

After months of shuffling competing bills between the Senate and House, the legishture reached a compromise that would allow existing TIF districts-and new districts that were being planned as of last August to access property taxes collected by the state and school districts to pay off debt.

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