CHICAGO — The worst could be over for Michigan, according to economists and fiscal officials who gathered in Lansing Friday for the state’s twice-annual revenue estimating conference.

“2009 is now in the rear-view mirror, and Michigan has survived,” said University of Michigan economist George Fulton. “The question is where do we go from here, and that depends on the strength of the recovery of the U.S. economy and the viability of the Detroit Three.”

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