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Tue February 25, 2014
Detroit bankruptcy reorganization plan in place; what's the next move for stakeholders?
It's been five days since emergency manager Kevyn Orr released the bankruptcy reorganization blueprint, which maps out a way to wipe out billions in debt, spend over half a billion in tearing down abandoned buildings and invest one billion to improve city services.
Now that all stakeholders have had a chance to digest the blueprint, the battle lines are being drawn.
Detroit Free Press columnist Rochelle Riley joined us today to give us a look ahead.
Listen to the full interview above.