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Tue April 29, 2014
Kevyn Orr reaches tentative deal with Detroit's largest employee union
Detroit Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr is in Lansing today and tomorrow, getting face-time with the lawmakers whose vote is crucial to the so-called grand bargain, the complicated deal to protect city retirees and the collection at the Detroit Institute of Arts.
Orr heads to Lansing with a new piece of the puzzle in hand: a tentative five-year deal reached Monday with AFSCME, Detroit's largest employee union.
Detroit News reporter Chad Livengood joined us today to give us an idea of what progress has been made and what lies ahead for the city.
Listen to the full interview above.
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