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Bailed-out auto companies come to Detroit’s rescue

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Two bailed-out auto makers are part of a group of corporate donors coming to Detroit’s aid by replacing the Motor City’s entire fleet of 23 ambulances along with 100 police cars. Eight companies are donating a total of $8 million as part of Detroit Mayor Dave Bing’s Active and Safe campaign, Bing announced today. The mayor hopes the initiative will raise $60 million for the struggling city’s...

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