CHICAGO — Michigan legislators Tuesday sent Gov. Rick Snyder the final piece of a $48.2 billion all-funds fiscal 2013 budget that reflects the state’s stabilizing fiscal position.

The spending plan taps better-than-expected tax receipts to make a $130 million payment to prefund its massive teacher retiree health care liability for the first time in decades and to make a $140 million deposit into a steadily growing rainy-day fund. The budget includes no one-time revenue-raising measures or borrowing.

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