Who should we see sitting next to Secretary Duncan, joyfully reading stories to suitably enraptured Detroit school children but Gov. Rick Snyder.
Blackwell agreed to be Detroit's Emergency Financial manager for $1.00/year. Subsequently, he decided to pay himself a total of $246,000 retroactively.
His decision to pepper spraying protesters shows just how much Rick Snyder respects people making choices.
Michigan finally managed to get the Emergency Manager Law put on the ballot this November, meaning the law is now suspended. Snyder claims that all decisions made by EMs stand, while cities disagree.
Despite scoring a recent major victory, opponents of Michigan's Emergency Manager law had their efforts to get a repeal measure on the ballot blocked by Republicans on the Board of State Canvassers.