CHICAGO — An effort afoot to suspend and overturn Michigan’s emergency manager law could have negative consequences for the fiscally stressed local governments the law aims to help, Moody’s Investors Service warns.

Opponents last week filed over 226,000 signatures calling for the one-year-old law repeal to be put on the Nov. 6 ballot. Only 161,000 signatures need to be approved.

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