The requested resource (/media/wgvu/header/pb/header.html) is not available
Last updated 10:48PM ET
March 7, 2021
Search NewsRoom
Search NewsRoom
Advanced Search
Local/State News
Local/State News
(wgvu) - Governor Granholm likes parts of a ballot
proposal that would make sweeping changes to state government. But
she has doubts about other portions of it.
"Reform Michigan Government Now" says the constitutional
changes would make state government more efficient by cutting the
number of legislators and judges and trimming pay for many state
elected officials.
The measure appears to have been developed by Democratic
strategists. Republican leaders say it's a sneak attempt to make
the state's top courts and the Legislature more Democratic.
Democrat Granholm says she likes the provisions that would let
people vote absentee without a reason. But she worries black voters
could lose representation if legislative seats are cut.
© Copyright 2021, wgvu