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Detroit defeats pensioners’ appeal over bankruptcy cuts

A divided federal appeals court on Monday rejected claims by Detroit retirees that their pensions were unfairly cut to help the city end the largest U.S. municipal bankruptcy. The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati said restoring the pension cuts would “unavoidably” unravel...
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