CHICAGO — Gov. Jennifer Granholm said she will consider revamping Michigan’s tax structure next year as the state finishes what she called one of the worst years in its history.

In her annual end-of-the-year comments, Granholm said 2009 was a watershed year and that no leaders could have anticipated or lessened the impact of the bankruptcies of General Motors and Chrysler Corp. on the state.

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