Chicago - Michigan voters on Monday passed most of the property tax millages school districts need to qualify for a per-pupil spending grant from the state.

Tom White, director of government relations for the Michigan School Boards Association, said that 95% of the districts' request for 18 property tax mills on non-residential property were approved. School districts need the mills to participate in the state's foundation grant program.

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