DETROIT (WKZO) -- Creditors are raising objections to the City of Detroit's plan to speed up the bankruptcy process. A group of creditors filed a statement in court Tuesday claiming critical information was missing from Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr's adjustment plan and disclosure statement filed Friday. Some of the missing details are about health benefits for retirees and the state's pledge of 350-million dollars toward city pensions and protecting art at the Detroit Institute of Arts from being sold.
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