CHICAGO – Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder Wednesday warned that the repeal of the state’s controversial emergency management law could lead to municipal bankruptcies for some of the state’s most troubled jurisdictions.

“Bankruptcies could have a greater likelihood of happening,” Snyder said during a post-election press conference in Lansing Wednesday morning after voters defeated a measure that would have upheld the law.

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