Legally, the answer is: not much. Under the 4th Act, the state can appoint an emergency manager at any time. The state is not required to submit an approval agreement. Thus, Governor Snyder and Treasurer Dillon only feel particularly generous to Detroit (more generous than they felt, say, Flint), or… We`re back in politics. Detroit is still the largest city in the state, and that means something. So these will be interesting days. There is a lot to do in a very short time. Whatever decisions are made, Detroit, the state and perhaps the country will be of paramount importance.