CHICAGO -- In a historic moment for Detroit, Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder Friday declared the long-struggling city to be in a state of financial emergency and indicated he would appoint an emergency manager within two weeks.

Snyder made the announcement during a town hall meeting at Wayne State University. It came two weeks after a state review team released a report detailing the city’s fiscal problems.

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