CHICAGO - Officials at Michigan's Department of Environmental Quality are poised to begin lobbying state legislators for support of measure to authorize at least $1 billion of general obligation debt to replenish a cleanup program that officials say will run out of money by the end of 2008.

If lawmakers approve the measure before adjourning for the summer, voters could consider it on the November ballot.

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