Follow The Money, No Statute of Limitations on Fraud

Our money is missing, we know who took it but we don’t know where it is. The Michigan Constitution governs our state. Our constitution is the highest legal authority and establishes our rule of law in our state. All actions by the state officers both elected, appointed and hired must follow the rule of law. …

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Why did Democrats Vote in Favor of Immediate Effect for Emergency Manager Laws?

Democratic Caucus Chair, Jimmy Womack, does not vote – Dodges Responsibility! Michigan   On February 23, the House of Representatives began voting on House Bill 4214 which would later become Public Act 4 of 2011. Republicans hold 63 seats out of 110. Democrats have the other 47 seats. The bill passed on a roll call …

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Lawmakers Break the Law

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Emergency Manager Laws – Not in Effect   Michigan   Governor Snyder signed into law four public acts on March 16, 2011;   Public Acts 4, 5, 6 and 7 of 2011 all deal with the new emergency manager law under the innocent sounding title of “local government and school district fiscal …

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