Feb 19 A review team named by Michigan Governor Rick Snyder to
scrutinize Detroit's finances concluded that the city faces a financial
emergency and needs help to make difficult decisions. It is now up to Snyder to
decide whether to declare a state takeover over the city's finances. Detroit,
the state's biggest city, has been grappling with a gaping deficit amid a
cratering population and declining jobs base.
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2/19 A brief history of Detroit's fiscal problems
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1/28 Stuck in reverse, Detroit edges closer to bankruptcy [ID:nL1N0AUAY9}