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Detroit's government worker unions argue city isn't really broke

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Detroit public employee unions are dead-set on reversing the Detroit bankruptcy and they have evidently decided the best way to do so is arguing that — despite its $18 billion of debt — the city isn't actually broke. In a court hearing Thursday on Detroit's bankruptcy, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees lawyer Jack Sherwood drilled Ernest & Young's Gaurav Malhotra,...

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