CHICAGO -- The bankruptcy judge overseeing Detroit’s Chapter 9 case delayed a ruling on a $160 million borrowing plan to repair the city’s lighting system due to a possible conflict of interest by public finance firm Miller Canfield Paddock and Stone PLC.

Judge Steven Rhodes was expected to rule on the borrowing Wednesday after listening to arguments from Detroit and creditors fighting the plan.

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