Sat, 05 Oct 2013 14:30:00 GMT — DETROIT (AP) - Lobbyists for the Detroit Institute of Arts plan to continue seeking a buy-in from Gov. Rick Snyder on a proposal to prevent the sale of art to satisfy part of Detroit's debt. Chief Operating Officer Annmarie Erickson says Friday that the proposal is a "draft" and that DIA representatives already have been told it's a "political non-starter." It calls for the state to give Detroit an unspecified amount of money over a number of years to cover up to $500 million. Museum officials say they've been told that amount is needed to avert a sale of city-owned pieces. A spokesman for Snyder says Friday the governor doesn't remember receiving a formal proposal. Detroit's emergency manager filed for bankruptcy this summer.
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