Detroit’s clergy weigh in on the Plan of Adjustment voting

Detroit’s clergy weigh in on the Plan of Adjustment voting

They speak to thousands from the pulpits each Sunday. So The Michigan Chronicle asked a group of Detroit’s pastors how they think pensioners should vote in the city’s bankruptcy case.  While many lamented the undemocratic nature of the emergency manager law and the unfairness of “anything other than that which would give them their full benefits,” this group of pastors told Chronicle Senior Editor Bankole Thompson it may be worth “looking at the bigger picture.”

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