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Detroit considers putting a price on its priceless art

  • Aired: 12/19/2013
  • 08:47
  • Rating: NR
The masterpieces housed at the Detroit Institute of the Arts have been valued in the hundreds of millions of dollars. While the collection is a major source of civic pride, it could soon be tapped as an essential source of income to help pay Detroit's debts. Jeffrey Brown talks to Mark Stryker of the Detroit Free Press.
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