CHICAGO — Michigan environmental officials are hoping to divert up to $200 million from $1 billion of voter-authorized clean water bonding to replenish a bankrupt brownfield cleanup program.

A bill pending in the Senate would expand the intended use of a chunk of $1 billion of Great Lakes Water Quality bond authorization approved by voters in 2002 to include the cleanup of contaminated sites.

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