CHICAGO — Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder Thursday unveiled a $48.2 billion fiscal 2013 budget that he said reflects the state’s improving fiscal position, boosting spending for education and roads and making a deposit into the state’s anemic rainy-day fund.

The spending plan includes no tax changes.

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