Cities and school districts where emergency managers have been appointed brought that situation upon themselves, a Mackinac Center analyst told WEYI-TV25 in Saginaw.

Michael LaFaive, director of the Center’s Morey Fiscal Policy Initiative, said “The painful truth is cities with emergency managers today would not have them if they had not fouled their own financial nests.”


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