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Detroit, Michigan / Bankruptcy / Art Auction #1048306

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 21, 2013
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(Studio: Jeff Glor) Report introduced.

(Studio: Terrell Brown) The bankruptcy dilemma for the city of Detroit examined. [On Fox, emergency financial manager Kevyn ORR†- cites the huge debt.] [On "Face the Nation," Governor Rick SNYDER††- says the city can't get service.] [Mayor Dave BING - comments on what's next.]

(Studio: Jeff Glor) Detroit's consideration of selling its art collection examined; scenes shown from the Detroit Inst. of Art; details given about the ownership issue. [Art lover Rod SPENCER‡- praises the DIE.] [Appraisers Assn. of America Betty KRULIK†- says an auction would flood the market.] [American Alliance of Museums Ford BELL††- says the city can be rebuilt.]

Glor, Jeff;
Brown, Terrell

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