(WXYZ) - In a meeting in court chambers Thursday morning, the Chief Judge of Ingham Circuit Court requested that the state not hold secret meetings regarding emergency managers and financial review teams. That's what Robert Davis tells 7 Action News.
Davis, a union activist, filed the lawsuit in Ingham Court accusing the state of violating the "Open Meetings Act."
The state says their meetings over emergency manager issues do not violate the "Open Meetings Act."
This comes after 7 Action News investigators broke the story Wednesday on a lawsuit filed in an Ingham County court aimed at stopping closed-door meetings.
Early next week, the judge will hold a hearing to make a ruling on the lawsuit.
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