PONTIAC, Mich. (WXYZ) - The Pontiac City Council voted to strip power from its emergency manager. In a mostly symbolic move, council voted unanimously to return power to elected leaders.
The move comes after the emergency manager law was suspended last week.
Michigan officials say an older version of the law is in place, but Pontiac's city council disagrees.
Voters are set to decide on whether to repeal the suspended emergency manager law in November.
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