CHICAGO — The Wayne County, Mich., Board of Commissioners last week gave preliminary approval to $700 million of debt to build a large new criminal justice complex in downtown Detroit.

The proposal would include at least $70 million of recovery zone bonds, tapping the county’s full allocation of the stimulus debt.

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