It could be an uncomfortable day for Gov. Rick Snyder as he takes the stand to testify in Detroit’s bankruptcy trial.
It may be too broke to pay its bills or even respond to 911 calls on time, but Detroit is still thinking big.
A nonprofit fund set up by Gov. Rick Snyder after he took office is being dissolved after complaints that the donors are anonymous.
A top adviser to Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder whose $100,000-a-year salary was covered by a nonprofit fund now will be paid by the state.
Department of Insurance and Financial Services Director Kevin Clinton will replace Andy Dillon who resigned on Friday.
The governor waived executive privilege and gave a three-hour deposition at his office in Lansing.
“It’s extraordinarily rare” for a governor anywhere to be interviewed under oath about executive decisions.
The names of Detroit emergency manager candidates may be redacted from documents requested during depositions of Gov. Rick Snyder and two others.
“This funding will help build stronger communities …,” said Gov. Rick Snyder.
“The American people would get better government out of Monkey Island at the local zoo than we’re giving them today.”