CHICAGO — In a victory for Detroit, the federal judge overseeing the city's bankruptcy case ruled Wednesday morning that the city can continue to access crucial casino revenue during a dispute over a proposed settlement on interest-rate swaps.

The ruling means the city can continue to tap roughly $11 million a month in casino revenue, which is used as collateral on a series of interest-rate swaps that hedge the city's pension certificate debt.

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