CHICAGO -- Gov. John Engler of Michigan yesterday signed into law a historic measure that eliminates the ability of school districts to levy certain property taxes.

The law wipes out $6.3 billion of property tax revenues for school districts' operating budgets, beginning next July 1, the start of fiscal 1995 for the districts.

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