CHICAGO — The Michigan Municipal Bond Authority is expected to enter the market today with $255 million of notes to help cover Detroit Public Schools’ anticipated fiscal 2010 cash shortfall.

The deal is part of what has become a twice-annual cash-flow borrowing for DPS. The notes carry a pledge of all state aid to be appropriated by Michigan to the district starting in fiscal 2011.

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