Now that voters have rejected Michigan's emergency manager reform with the defeat of Proposal 1, Gov. Rick Snyder and the Legislature have an opportunity to fix the law. James Hohman, assistant director of fiscal policy, explains how in this Lansing State Journal Op-Ed.

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