CHICAGO — Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder has declared that Flint is in a state of financial emergency, setting up the long-struggling city for a state takeover.

Snyder formally notified local officials Tuesday after receiving a report from a review team that spent the last month reviewing Flint’s finances. The five-member team determined that a financial emergency existed in the city and that the state should appoint an emergency manager.

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