CHICAGO - Michigan withheld $11.3 million in revenue-sharing aid from Detroit this week as the cash-strapped city is eight months overdue in submitting its 2008 fiscal audit.

The city's total August revenue-sharing payment from the state was to be $43.6 million. The state released $32.3 million of the aid that was earmarked for debt-service payments and withheld the rest, according to the Treasury Department.

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