CHICAGO - The Michigan Municipal Bond Authority abandoned plans to issue $200 million of revenue bonds this week in favor of a $150 million note issue in a bid to generate cash for the state's clean water revolving fund without getting stung by ongoing market turmoil.

Officials hope to return to a more stable long-term market in six months to convert the notes to longer-term debt.

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