On Tuesday, Royal Oak will be the latest city in Michigan to decide whether discrimination against gay, lesbian and transgender people should be illegal.
Both sides say it’s going to be thisclose, with voters split just about down the middle.
Opponents of the proposal are plenty motivated – just the fact that Royal Oak is having this vote is because of their hustle.
It’s their ability to collect more than the required 746 petitions that put this on the ballot in the first place.
Group says vote “no” to protect Royal Oak’s businesses