Detroit's day in court is fast approaching.
The trial to determine whether the city's bankruptcy plan will be approved starts on Tuesday.
A spokesman for Detroit's emergency manager says the city hopes to cut its $12 billion in debt to a more manageable $5 billion.
Pensioners have already approved the settlement plan.
The city sought court protection just over a year ago and is the largest US city to ever file for bankruptcy.
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