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Deal struck on Detroit retiree health care

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DETROIT — Bankrupt Detroit and its retirees reached an agreement in a health insurance dispute that may end a lawsuit against the city. Retirees filed suit in November to stop the city from shifting retirees to Medicare and giving those under age 65 a $125 monthly stipend to get their own insurance. The parties reached a deal in principle Thursday night covering benefits through the end of...

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