CHICAGO - The Michigan Senate delayed until Tuesday the vote on a bill to protect the Detroit Institute of Arts’ prestigious art collection from Detroit’s fiscal problems .

The Senate had been expected to take up the measure Wednesday, but majority leader Randy Richardville, R-Monroe,  ended up holding the bill amid questions from fellow Republicans.

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