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She still doesn't know who she is — or so she says.
Kevin Orr, Detroit’s emergency financial manager, has dramatically reduced health care benefits for 28,000 active and retired workers.
Kevyn Orr says as emergency financial manager of Detroit, he is focused on the finances of the city, not politics.
Kevyn Orr testified Friday in federal court that the proposal to terminate the deal for $165 million is best for Detroit.
Michigan's governor will appoint Kevyn Orr, an African-American lawyer, as emergency financial manager of Detroit.
Detroit could emerge from bankruptcy proceedings as early as this summer.
The naming of Kevyn Orr as the Detroit emergency financial manager is widely viewed as an anti-democratic move by Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder.
Michigan's governor and Detroit's emergency manager have testified in a bankruptcy hearing and many politicians and activists say the filing was unnecessary.
A judge overseeing Detroit's bankruptcy rejected once again a deal to end a financial agreement with major banks.
Kevyn Orr is trying to diffuse a controversy resulting from an interview where he made unflattering comments about Detroit residents.