CHICAGO — The Michigan Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday morning over whether to allow a measure that would overturn the state’s controversial emergency-manager law to appear on the November ballot.

The justices questioned attorneys about font sizes as they considered whether to approve petitions submitted with more than 200,000 valid signatures, but with headlines that feature a smaller print size than required by election rules.

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