FILE - In this July 2, 2011, file photo firefighters carry a ladder at a fire in Detroit. A 41-page report filed Monday, May 13, 2013, by Detroit’s emergency manager doesn’t use the word “bankruptcy,” but it’s clear about one thing: The city is broke and needs a massive infusion of cash or severe penny-pinching to avoid a filing and further reduction in already-crumbling city services, according to experts monitoring the ongoing fiscal dilemma. (AP Photo/The Detroit News, Elizabeth Conley, File)

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FILE - In this July 2, 2011, file photo firefighters carry a ladder at a fire in Detroit. A 41-page report filed Monday, May 13, 2013, by Detroit’s emergency manager doesn’t use the word “bankruptcy,” but it’s clear about one thing: The city is broke and needs a massive infusion of cash or severe penny-pinching to avoid a filing and further reduction in already-crumbling city services, according to experts monitoring the ongoing fiscal dilemma. (AP Photo/The Detroit News, Elizabeth Conley, File)
FILE - In this July 2, 2011, file photo firefighters carry a ladder at a fire in Detroit. A 41-page report filed Monday, May 13, 2013, by Detroit’s emergency manager doesn’t use the word “bankruptcy,” but it’s clear about one thing: The city is broke and needs a massive infusion of cash or severe penny-pinching to avoid a filing and further reduction in already-crumbling city services, according to experts monitoring the ongoing fiscal dilemma. (AP Photo/The Detroit News, Elizabeth Conley, File)
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