CHICAGO -- Both chambers of the Michigan Legislature passed a bill last week that authorizes the state to issue $1 billion of bonds to finance rebuilding the state's infrastructure.

The measure, which includes a $5 billion infrastructure program proposed by Gov. John Engler, is expected to be signed into law by Engler within the next two weeks, a spokesman for the governor said.

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