CHICAGO — Moody's Investors Service warned Monday it is keeping Detroit on review for downgrade through at least November as it awaits the result of a ballot proposal and litigation surrounding the state's emergency management law.

The possible ratings action applies to the city's already-junk-rated $964 million of general obligation debt and $1.5 billion of certificates of participation, and its low-investment-grade water and sewer bonds.

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