CHICAGO, Dec 20 (Reuters) - Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm sent a holiday gift to the state's ailing manufacturing sector on Tuesday, signing into law bills that will give them about $600 million in tax relief over four years. "This legislation provides needed incentives for Michigan companies to invest in their facilities, create new jobs and consolidate operations here," the Democratic governor said in a statement. The bill package, which passed the Republican-controlled legislature ...
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