Detroit bankruptcy

1:37 pm
Mon October 28, 2013

Snyder testifies in Detroit Bankruptcy trial

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Protesters outside as governor takes stand
Gov. Rick Snyder said the state will pay Detroit retiree pensions if a judge determines that Michigan has an obligation to bankroll vested pension benefits. Snyder made the remark minutes into his history testimony Monday in the Detroit bankruptcy eligibility trial.
7:05 am
Mon October 28, 2013

Governor Rick Snyder to testify Monday in Detroit bankruptcy case

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Snyder believed to be first Michigan governor in modern history to testify under oath in open court
Detroit Labor union attorneys will get a rare opportunity today to grill the states chief executive under oath when Gov. Rick Snyder takes the witness stand in Detroit's bankruptcy eligibility trial. Its an extraordinary appearance in an extraordinary case.
6:19 am
Mon October 14, 2013

60 Minutes looks at Detroit's decline and bankruptcy

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CBS takes look at what caused fall of industrial capital and efforts to bring it back
Few cities have provided more to more Americans than Detroit. When it filed for bankruptcy in July, it became the largest American city to do that and admit defeat.
8:25 pm
Wed October 9, 2013

Governor Rick Snyder gives deposition in lawsuit over Detroit bankruptcy

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Governor calls authorizing bankruptcy "a difficult, but necessary decision"
LANSING - Gov. Rick Snyder is to be questioned under oath for three hours in the Detroit bankruptcy case this morning in what experts say is likely a historical first. Bankruptcy experts say they know of no other case in which a state governor has testified in a Chapter 9 bankruptcy and it's not even the norm for city mayors to be deposed.
7:20 am
Tue October 8, 2013

Judge will decide whether Snyder must disclose other candidates for Detroit Emergency Manager

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Snyder will be deposed Wednesday in unions' lawsuit over Detroit bankruptcy
Detroit - U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes will hold a hearing Tuesday on whether Gov. Rick Snyder and two top aides have to disclose the names of other individuals considered for Detroit's emergency manager job.

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