Michigan AG files cert. petition two weeks after Proposal 2 decision
That was fast! After the Sixth Circuit’s horrendous decision striking down Michigan’s equal rights amendment two weeks ago, the Michigan Attorney General filed this certiorari petition yesterday to ask the Supreme Court to take up the case. Kudos to the AG’s office for this ueber-quick response to an unjustifiable ruling.
If you want to know more about this case, I recently recorded a PLF podcast that explains the legal and factual issues of this case in greater detail.
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