A lawsuit challenging the appointment of new Detroit emergency manager Kevyn Orr has been dropped.

An assistant state attorney general said the group that filed the lawsuit, Citizens United Against Corrupt Government, waited too long to sue. The group originally filed a lawsuit March 8, accusing Gov. Rick Snyder of violating the open meetings act by holding closed-door meetings to interview candidates to be Detroit emergency manager. Snyder appointed Orr the position on March 14.

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