CHICAGO -- Limited tax general obligation bonds are constitutional in Michigan, but they have been abused by some local governments, according to a recent report on compliance with the so-called Headlee Amendment to the Michigan Constitution.

The report, by the Headlee Blue Ribbon Commission appointed in 1993 by Gov. John Engler, recommended that the governments' use of limited tax GOs be restricted.

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