The Pottery Barn rule applies. Having appointed an EM, the state has an obligation to do this right.
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The greater embarrassment was the Snyder administration had not caught the tax problem when vetting such a high-profile appointment.
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Governor Snyder said ‘enough is enough’ and appointed an emergency manager, Kevyn Orr.
There’s an end-run for control Detroit’s finest jewel: The water.
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It says a lot about the state of our education establishment that the governor himself has to explain to superintendents where they can save money.