A group opposed to Michigan's new emergency financial manager law for fiscally stressed municipalities said it is closing in on its goal of gathering enough signatures to suspend the law until it is voted on next November.

Stand Up for Democracy members said they are nearing their goal of gathering 250,000 signatures against the EFM law and hope to file petitions with the secretary of state's office by mid-December, according to local reports.

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