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According to a lawsuit filed by Lansing, Michigan based Sugar Law Center for Constitutional Rights, the states’ highly controversial statue Public Act #4 widely known as the Emergency Manager Law dead, and thus hereby no longer public policy.
The organization sent this tweet clarifying its’ position on P.A. #4 and a pending lawsuit regarding the now suspended legislation on September 27th:
The Sugar Law Center posted this statement via its’ website on September 27th:
“The Sugar Law Center, Sanders Law Firm, Melvin Butch Hollowell, Esq, PC, and Goodman & Hurwitz PC on behalf of the National Lawyers Guild, Michigan chapter, and the Center for Constitutional Rights have filed a lawsuit against Michigan Gov. Richard Snyder for his administration’s attempt to keep the controversial emergency managers in place despite the suspension of the law pending a referendum in November that puts Public Act 4 (PA-4) up for direct vote by the people of the state.
The governor and attorney general of Michigan have resumed use of a previous law, Public Act 72 (PA-72), that was repealed upon the enactment of PA-4.”
The poll survey found 44.6% of respondents said they would cast a “yes” vote or are leaning towards support for the controversial law, with 47.5 percent planning to vote “no” or are leaning towards repeal. Approximately 8% of the respondents are undecided on how to vote on the Emergency Manager Law.