Mich. governor backs plan to give Detroit $350M to help pension crisis, save city-owned art

  • Article by: DAVID EGGERT , Associated Press
  • Updated: January 22, 2014 - 8:20 PM

LANSING, Mich. — Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder is pledging to commit up to $350 million in state funds to help Detroit as the bankrupt city tries to shore up pension funds that are billions in debt and prevent valuable city-owned art from being sold.

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ubetcha101Jan. 22, 14 2:42 PM

They (Detroit political machine) created the mess that them lay in it!

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dogmanJan. 22, 14 3:36 PM

So the people who worked most of their adult life 'may' get $.10 on the dollar for their pension? Sweet... and I'm sure teapublicans describe it as more 'freebies'

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