Lawsuit: Detroit EFM appointment violates Open Meetings Act
ACCUSED OF DOING OFF THE FIELD THAT HAS HIM FACING TOUGH CHARGES TONIGHT. BUT FIRST.Read more
#1 Mar 28, 2013
Bob Davis is quite a thorn in everybody's side and he's not even an attorney. He has supporters that help him with these motions.
Sometimes his theories are completely out of whack. You would think that a governor has the right to talk with potential appointees privately without violating the Open Meetings Act. Many potential appointees would never speak if they knew a crowd would be listening.
Even if Bob prevails as he has in some instances, the judge usually says "Don't do it again" and lets the previous action stand. It becomes a moral victory at best.
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