Court orders anti-affirmative action proposal on ballot
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — The Michigan Court of Appeals on Tuesday ordered the secretary of state to place a proposal that would ban some affirmative action programs on the November 2006 ballot.
The appeals court issued the order because it said the Board of State Canvassers failed to follow a previous court mandate. The four-member elections panel deadlocked on a motion to comply with the court order last week.
The Judge laid the smackdown on the board of canvassasers for their games playing on holding this up.
I'm going on a limb and expect this to pass easily 2-1. The major question is who the added turnout will benefit.