The Michigan Department of Treasury is planning to issue $415 million in asset-backed securities secured by tobacco funds. The mid-August transaction would raise a total of $527 million, and the state would dispense about $415 million of that to the School Aid Fund and the general fund, according to press reports. A portion of the funds will also help stave off a potential cashflow deficit, which state officials worried could occur this month. 

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