Michigan emergency financial law to be on November ballot
MICHIGAN -- It looks like the emergency financial manager law will be on the November ballot.
Thursday, the Michigan Court of Appeals said it will not take a second look at a decision that gives voters a chance to overturn the controversial law.
It was in limbo because of the font size on petitions collected. Managers are running Benton Harbor, Flint, Pontiac and Ecorse, as well as schools in Detroit, Highland Park and Muskegon Heights.
So unless the state Supreme Court steps in, voters will have their say this fall.