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Mon June 2, 2014
The latest on Detroit's bankruptcy after the Mackinac Policy Conference
Today we got an update on Detroit’s bankruptcy.
It has been a busy few days in Detroit's bankruptcy journey. Emergency manager Kevyn Orr and Mayor Mike Duggan were on Mackinac Island last week making their collective cases to the state's lawmakers and business leaders.
At the same time, the city's pensioners have begun to vote on the plan of adjustment, even as opponents of the “grand bargain” are seeking new ways to get their hands on the city's art.
Detroit News Lansing reporter Chad Livengood and Michigan Radio's Zoe Clark joined us today.
*Listen to the interview above.
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