The $48 billion spending plan for the budget year that starts Oct. 1 is law.
Republican Gov. Rick Snyder has signed the budget bills during a ceremony Tuesday afternoon at the Romney Building across from the Capitol.
The package includes a small cut in individual income taxes, twice as much money for film credits, a slight increase in education funding and a down payment on school employees' health care costs in retirement.
The Republican-controlled House and Senate passed the budget bills three weeks ago. Snyder had the right to veto portions of the bills.
Democrats have criticized the GOP budget plan for not spending more on education.
Meanwhile, about 50 people protesting Michigan's emergency manager law interrupted Gov. Rick Snyder's meeting with a group of Baptist ministers in Detroit.
The Detroit Free Press and The Detroit News say the Tuesday morning meeting at Bethel Baptist Church ended abruptly when the protesters started shouting and chanting. Pickets also walked outside.
The law lets the state put financial managers in control of communities and school districts that fail to balance their budgets. Opponents say it undermines local self-government.
A referendum on repealing the law is tied up in the courts in a dispute over the type size on the petitions used to get it on the ballot.
Snyder was escorted from the church after about 30 minutes.
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