CHICAGO — Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm said she would sign the six remaining budget bills next week, completing the state’s $40 billion fiscal 2010 budget and ending a tumultuous budget season.

But debates over key pieces of the final budget remain. Granholm, a Democrat, surprised lawmakers Monday by cutting $54 million from a $12.9 billion school budget, saying it was underfunded and that lawmakers need to raise additional revenue to restore the cuts.

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