Detroit Pension Fund Supports 4.5 Percent Cut For Non-Uniformed Retirees Trustees meeting Wednesday supported a deal reached Tuesday between negotiators and the city of Detroit. Detroit Still Needs $350M From State Lawmakers Pressure is building for Michigan lawmakers to commit $350 million to Detroit pensions after the bankrupt city.
No Pension Cuts For Retired Detroit Police, Firefighters In Bankruptcy Agreement Elections Commission Rejects Petition To Recall Warren Mayor Fouts Mayor’s Budget Address To Council Delayed, Expected To Mirror EM’s Plan Of Adjustment Talks To Create Detroit Regional Water Authority Stalled Indefinitely ACLU Sues Michigan, Wants 300 Gay Marriages Recognized Gov. Snyder Offers Plan To Boost Solid Waste Recycling Congressional Primary Races Fill Up For Open Seats U.S. Attorney Cracking Down On Scammers Targeting Seniors
‘Glee’ Actor To Sing At Detroit Gay Pride Festival Equality Michigan on Wednesday revealed the entertainment lineup and other specifics related to the Motor City Pride event. Man Sentenced To Life In Prison In Phone Store Armed Robberies A 29-year-old Detroit man convicted of using a gun to rob phone stores has been given an extraordinary sentence of 116 years in federal prison.
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