CHICAGO — Detroit would issue $100 million of new-money self-insurance bonds and push off $37 million of near-term debt service as part of Michigan’s plan to pull the city back from the brink of insolvency.

The state, which approves all city debt issuances, said it would only allow the debt transactions if Detroit officials signed off on a consent decree Gov. Rick Snyder unveiled Tuesday.

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