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Wed December 14, 2011
Detroit councilman Gary Brown says "stop the bleeding"
The state Department of Treasury continues its review of the City of Detroit’s finances.
While Governor Rick Snyder insists he doesn’t want to see Detroit under and emergency manager…the city doesn’t seem to be making much headway in fixing its financial issues.
Detroit City Council President Pro Tem, Gary Brown has some ideas on how the city can save money and cut spending. He spoke with Michigan Radio's Jennifer White.