CHICAGO — Michigan’s fiscal 2012 budget took a big step towards completion this week as Gov. Rick Snyder and his fellow Republican leaders announced a compromise plan to increase taxes.

Under the new plan, the state would tax pension income for residents under 67, generating a projected $300 million annually. Snyder had originally proposed taxing all pension income, a move that would have brought in an estimated $900 million.

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