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Protesters rally outside a federal courthouse in Detroit last year. Detroit reached tentative agreements with pension-holders Tuesday. Now a federal judge is looking at the plan. (Paul Sancya/AP/File)

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A new Detroit bankruptcy deal would call for much lighter cuts to the city's two major public pension funds. It appears to be gaining traction and is going before a federal judge today.

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