The Michigan Supreme Court agreed last week to hear a simmering dispute over a ballot referendum to overturn the state’s emergency manager law. The court set a date of July 25 for the hearing.

The court made the decision after the Michigan Court of Appeals in mid-June ruled that the petitions could go on the ballot.

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