Detroit has won the latest battle in a long-running dispute over its ability to collect a 5% utility tax that generates about $50 million in revenues to the cash-strapped city each year.

The Michigan Court of Appeals on Oct. 20 affirmed a lower court ruling upholding the constitutionality of the tax.

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