The greatest hurdle for groups opposing Michigan's year-old emergency manager law might be persuading voters to repeal the legislation designed to right financially troubled cities, not a ruling by the state Supreme Court on whether the measure should be on the November ballot.
Attorneys for the Stand Up for Democracy coalition and Citizens for Fiscal Responsibility will present their cases Wednesday in Lansing before the panel of seven justices.
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