CHICAGO -- Outgoing Michigan Treasurer Andy Dillon may be called to testify Tuesday as the battle over Detroit’s eligibility to enter into bankruptcy enters its seventh day. The city rested its case Monday after six days of testimony from officials trying to argue that the city meets various tests to allow it to formally enter into Chapter 9 bankruptcy protection. Detroit’s case featured three days of testimony from Detroit emergency manager Kevyn Orr that wrapped up mid-day Monday.

Creditors opened their case by calling two presidents of two retiree employee groups.

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