CHICAGO - Amid Detroit's fiscal and political woes, Moody's Investors Service yesterday cut its rating on the city's unlimited-tax general obligation debt to Baa3 and stripped the city's limited-tax GO debt of its investment-grade rating.

The downgrades came as the city yesterday priced $218.5 million of unlimited and limited tax GOs, its first new-money sale since late 2006.

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