Michigan lawmakers ask for audit concerning Detroit's finances
DETROIT — Two Michigan lawmakers have questions about the state's takeover of Detroit's finances.
They are asking for an audit.
Two congressional democrats wrote a letter to the federal government.
In the letter, they suggest financial emergency managers in other Michigan cities' mismanaged funds.
Governor Snyder insists the new position is needed to help fix the city's money mess.
The new emergency financial manager for Detroit starts on Monday.