CHICAGO — Detroit Public Schools, which is under state receivership, plans to come to market later this year with a $200 million deficit borrowing to erase two-thirds of the red ink in its fiscal 2012 budget.

The district’s new emergency manager, Roy Roberts, released a proposed $1.2 billion spending plan Friday that counts on the deficit financing.

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