CHICAGO — Troubled Michigan school districts may find more affordable market access under legislation signed into law by Gov. Rick Snyder that insulates certain types of bonds from the effects of bankruptcy.

The legislation mirrors similar bills passed earlier this year to help cash-strapped Michigan municipalities enter the market without paying too steep an interest rate penalty for bankruptcy risks.

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