CHICAGO -Michigan revenues are projected to fall short of previous estimates by up to $472 million in fiscal 2009 amid weak personal income growth and a weak housing market, state officials said last Friday.

But in fiscal 2008, which ends Sept. 30, the state faces a relatively modest revenue shortfall of $61 million. Lawmakers will use the fiscal estimates to craft the fiscal 2009 budget.

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