Gov. Rick Snyder could appoint a new emergency manager for Detroit Friday, according to the Detroit Free Press.

Mackinac Center analysts have written extensively about both the city’s financial problems and the emergency manager law. Here is a sampling:

Detroit Exhausts Its Options

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