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WSJ: Can Detroit Be Saved?

Interview between The Wall Street Journal and Detroit Mayor Dave Bing takes on a little bit of everything: unions, business climate, sports and his personal achievements. A good read, indeed.

A highlight:

"We've been paralyzed by a culture in the city of Detroit, and maybe the state of Michigan, of entitlement," by which he means ever-rising union wages. "Our people, I don't believe, truly understand how dire the situation is. There are ugly decisions that need to be made and I'm surely not going to be popular for making them. But I didn't take this job based on popularity."

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