Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder last week signed into law a measure that will allow Highland Park to refinance and provide additional security for its outstanding financial recovery bonds.

The city, which is under emergency management, issued $28 million of deficit bonds in 2008 to fund pension obligations. Officials want to refinance the bonds to escape the increasingly expensive process of securing letters of credit.

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