Diane Bukowski, April 2, 2014
Largest protest yet includes numerous unions, community groups
Retiree creditors add hundreds more objections to Plan of Adjustment, call for NO vote
Amended POA threatens further attacks, up to 60 percent cuts in pensions, annuities, health care; plans to remove Retirement Board trustees
April 1, 2014
During a massive march April 1 outside the city’s federal courthouse, the site of bankruptcy hearings, Detroit residents, retirees, and union and community leaders announced plans to shut the city down May 1. The protest against Detroit Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr’s bankruptcy filing was the largest yet.
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