CHICAGO - The Michigan Senate last week passed an amendment that would essentially eliminate the use of capital appreciation bonds by school districts.

The amendment was passed as part of a package of school reforms proposed by Gov. John Engler in the wake of the elimination of school property taxes for operating purposes next year. The Senate also included other restrictions on school bonding in one of four reform bills it approved last week.

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