Sunday, January 18, 2015

Michigan: Howell Recall rejected on factual grounds by judge/first ruling on factual standard

The recall of two Howell Public Schools Board, Mike Yenshaw and Michael Moloney, was rejected for lack of factualness questions. Petitioners will try again. The board fired the Superintendent over a $309 mileage expense.

The decision held that the wording was misleading, according to the judge, because the signers could believe that each vote was individual rather than a board vote. This is believed to be the first ruling on the factualness law.

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