CHICAGO — Michigan will hit the market Wednesday with $1.1 billion of short-term general obligation notes in what has become the state’s annual borrowing to cover expenditures while it awaits tax revenues.

This is the eighth consecutive year Michigan has issued short-term debt to cover cash-flow shortfalls in its two main funds, the general fund and the school aid fund.

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