Gov. Snyder Announces Plan To Help Detroit Pensions

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Governor Snyder and Michigan lawmakers are behind a plan to give state money to help support Detroit's pension funds.

It's a commitment of roughly $350 million over 20 years.

The money matches more than $330 million plus in commitments from private donors.

That money will help pay pensions and stop the sale of city-owned art.

We'll keep you updated with more details on the plan as they come in.