DETROIT (WXYZ) - Here's the latest on Detroit’s bankruptcy.
The court trustee is now actively seeking Detroit retired and active employees to be on a committee to negotiate cuts in pensions and health care.
Applications must be filled out and returned to the trustee. Just follow this link to find out how to apply .
Judge Steven Rhodes still has to decide if employee pensions are protected by the Michigan constitution against cuts.
The emergency manager says pensions are underfunded by $3 1/2 billion and health care in retirement will have to come from the new national affordable health care act, also known as Obama care.
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