CHICAGO — Detroit officials told Michigan officials Tuesday that Gov. Rick Snyder is acting too quickly to take over the city and that city officials already have a plan in place to address its financial crisis.

City officials also warned that the appointment of an emergency manager would trigger termination events on interest-rate swap and an avalanche of litigation that would stall the city's progress toward stability.

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