A three-member Michigan Court of Appeals Friday ruled that a petition to overturn the state’s emergency management law could go on the ballot, then immediately stayed the ruling to poll the full 28-judge appellate bench on whether to reconsider the issue.

The three-member appellate court ruled in favor of certifying the petition, which the Board of State Canvassers had rejected last month, arguing that the font on the headlines was too small.

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