CHICAGO — With the budget behind him, Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder said his top priority is swift passage of a bill that allows the state to enter into a public-private partnership to build a $4 billion Detroit River bridge that will be partially financed with tax-exempt bonds.

Snyder said he wants the legislation, which Senate Majority Leader Randy Richardville, R-Monroe, introduced last week, to be passed by July 1.

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