Topic: Andy Dillon
After weeks of protest, Detroit's city council agrees to a deal that directs budgetary matters to an outside advisory board, but avoids the sweeping state takeover that many residents opposed.
A state-appointed commission looking at ways to help Detroit avoid bankruptcy must deliver its report by Monday. A state takeover is a real possibility.
While the plan leaves the Detroit mayor as "emergency manager," he can be replaced by a state appointee if he does not cooperate with state officials.