CHICAGO — The Michigan Finance Authority will sell $92 million of one-year state aid revenue notes for the Detroit Public Schools next week in the first market offering to carry the Detroit name since the city's bankruptcy filing last month.

The notes are being issued to smooth out cash flow for the school district, which is a separate unit of government that is not under city authority. Like the city, Detroit Public Schools are under emergency management oversight.

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