Emergency Manager Ballot Issue Rejected, Now Headed for the Courts

Opponents of Michigan's emergency manager law are headed for the state Court of Appeals after a state elections panel declined (by deadlock, 2-2) to place a referendum on the law before voters in November.
April 27, 2012
 

Opponents of Michigan's emergency manager law are headed for the state Court of Appeals after a state elections panel declined (by deadlock, 2-2) to place a referendum on the law before voters in November.

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