Is the Projected Budget Deficit a Manipulated Crisis to Control the City? 1 of 2

  Questions Regarding the Budget, Part 2 (Abbreviated) Detroit, Michigan   The city of Detroit has projected a deficit in the budget for the upcoming fiscal year. For a greater explanation of the below items, go to HoodResearch.org under City of Detroit Budget.   A) Detroit should pay the money owed the pension funds and …

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Michigan House Democrats Vote in Favor And give Immediate Effect for Public Act 4, 5, 6 and 7, Emergency Manager Law

Michigan   This is a correction. On May 2, a Press Release stated that Lawmakers were breaking the law. Further research shows that the Michigan Legislator addresses the constitutional requirements and is satisfied with only a voice vote not a roll call vote. How can we guarantee that our constitution is followed when the votes …

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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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Follow the money in our City Government

What happened on November third? While the city, the state and the country was counting ballots and recovering from the elections, the Detroit City Council quietly awarded a contract valued at $150 million to Detroit Edison of Ann Arbor. There wasn’t any news coverage. None of the City Council held a public hearing nor did …

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