CHICAGO - Michigan's ailing economy could get a lift from two separate bond-funded packages that are likely to be signed into law within the next month.

The Senate as early as today is poised to vote on bills that would authorize creation of a $60 million tourism promotion program to be financed entirely with savings from the refinancing and restructuring of some of the state's outstanding tobacco bonds.

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