State Looks To Force City's Hand By Withholding $28 Million In Revenue Sharing Michigan State Treasurer Andy Dillon is threatening to withhold a $28 million state revenue sharing payment to Detroit unless the city's top attorney renounces her challenge to the consent agreement.
Bing Demands City Lawyer Drop Lawsuit Opposing Consent AgreementDetroit Mayor Dave Bing is now ordering the city's top lawyer to drop a legal challenge over the city's consent agreement with the state.
Revenue Sharing Dollars Could Be Heading Detroit's WayState Treasurer Andy Dillon says an extra 10-million dollars in revenue-sharing money could be headed Detroit's way.

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