CHICAGO — New Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder presented a $45.9 billion all-funds fiscal 2012 budget that features $1.8 billion in cuts and what the governor dubbed a sweeping overhaul of the state’s tax structure.

The budget recommends replacing the long-reviled Michigan business tax with a flat 6% corporate tax and increasing income taxes for many residents, most notably on retirees.

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