Snyder pushes lawmakers on pension, DIA plan to settle Detroit bankruptcy
The main proposal under discussion is Snyder's initial pitch a week ago to commit $350 million over 20 years to a fund to soften the blow to pensioners and protect the Detroit Institute of Arts, House Speaker Pro Tem John Walsh said.
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#1 Jan 23, 2014
Don't soften the blow
these people are part of the original problem they created the fiscal mess let them enjoy what they worked so hard for, bankruptcy.
The greedy short sighted union memners and elected officials have to realize there is no money fairy and bills have to be paid by someone no matter how far down the road they try to kick the financial can.
Glad to see the city go bankrupt and these greedy morons lose money.
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