CHICAGO -- Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder touted the state’s move to issue up to $450 million of private activity bonds to finance a new hockey arena and entertainment district in downtown Detroit, saying the project will help revitalize the bankrupt city.

“This is part of investing in Detroit’s future,” Snyder told reporters Wednesday afternoon after a state board approved the borrowing unanimously.

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