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Thu October 10, 2013
Will Gov. Rick Snyder testify in the Detroit bankruptcy case?
This week, Gov. Rick Snyder became the state’s first sitting governor to testify under oath in a case.
On Wednesday, Snyder sat through more than three hours of questioning surrounding the Detroit bankruptcy case. Today brought depositions from State Treasurer Andy Dillon and top Snyder advisor Richard Baird.
Detroit News business columnist Daniel Howes recaps what’s happening in the case, and whether we can expect to see the governor called in to testify in the bankruptcy court trial, which begins on Oct. 23.
Listen to full interview above.
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