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Fri December 16, 2011
A look back at Michigan's first emergency financial manager law
With the city of Flint now under an emergency manger, and the city of Detroit under preliminary financial review…we’ve been hearing a lot about Michigan’s emergency manager law.
While Public Act 4, which passed earlier this year, gives E-M’s more sweeping power, the emergency manager law itself isn’t new.
Here to take look at the first E-M law is Michigan Radio’s political analyst Jack Lessenberry.