Detroit emergency manager Kevyn Orr will be heading to Lansing on Tuesday to meet with lawmakers.
Orr will be meeting with both parties in hopes of gaining support for his plan to help settle Detroit's bankruptcy.
He is hoping lawmakers will approve his proposed plan for a $350 million contribution from the state for the bankruptcy.
Democrats are concerned with making sure the plan has little impact on Detroit pensioners.
Orr's meetings will span two days and includes a meeting with Speaker of the House James Bolger.
It will be Orr's first visit to the capital since he announced his plan of adjustment back in February.
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