CHICAGO — Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm Wednesday unveiled a deficit-elimination plan that features cuts and a handful of one-time revenue measures, including restructuring a chunk of the state's outstanding general obligation debt.

The plan aims to eliminate shortfalls in the current year and fiscal 2011 that add up to roughly $800 million.

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