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Detroit Mayor Dave Bing listens during a news conference at the Chrysler Mack I auto plant in Detroit, Michigan November 15, 2012. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook

Detroit Mayor Dave Bing listens during a news conference at the Chrysler Mack I auto plant in Detroit, Michigan November 15, 2012. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook

Detroit Mayor Dave Bing listens during a news conference at the Chrysler Mack I auto plant in Detroit, Michigan November 15, 2012. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
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REFILE - CORRECTING SPELLING OF NAME OF HOUSING PROJECTS Detroit Mayor Dave Bing (C) stands in front of the vacant, historic Brewster-Douglass housing projects as he announces their demolition as early as next spring during a news conference in Detroit, Michigan November 15, 2012. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook

REFILE - CORRECTING SPELLING OF NAME OF HOUSING PROJECTS Detroit Mayor Dave Bing (C) stands in front of the vacant, historic Brewster-Douglass housing projects as he announces their demolition as early as next spring during a news conference in...more

REFILE - CORRECTING SPELLING OF NAME OF HOUSING PROJECTS Detroit Mayor Dave Bing (C) stands in front of the vacant, historic Brewster-Douglass housing projects as he announces their demolition as early as next spring during a news conference in Detroit, Michigan November 15, 2012. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
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City of Detroit resident and activist Charity Hicks addresses the Detroit City council members about financial contracts and the city budget during the public comment portion of the council meeting in Detroit, Michigan November 20, 2012. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook

City of Detroit resident and activist Charity Hicks addresses the Detroit City council members about financial contracts and the city budget during the public comment portion of the council meeting in Detroit, Michigan November 20, 2012....more

City of Detroit resident and activist Charity Hicks addresses the Detroit City council members about financial contracts and the city budget during the public comment portion of the council meeting in Detroit, Michigan November 20, 2012. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
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