Analysis: Detroiters ecstatic as Michigan Public Act 4 'Dictator Law' goes down
After a strenuous grass roots battle, Michigan voters struck down Public Act 4, the notorious "local dictator law," by a solid margin of 52 to 48 percent on Nov.
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#1 Nov 17, 2012
Yes, it's a victory of sorts "keeping the boot of the man" off the backs of the poor. It doesn't solve any problems though. The money is still not there. Nobody wants to throw new money where corrupt and inefficient management have ruined things.
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