The board of Detroit Public Schools last week approved several measures in a bid to regain control over the district last week after the suspension of Michigan’s emergency management law.

State Attorney General Bill Schuette, meanwhile, filed a lawsuit Thursday in the Third Circuit Court that asked to halt all action by the board and remove seven of its 11 members.

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