The Michigan Supreme Court reinstated the recall petition regarding Larry Inman.
I was hoping for the Supreme Court to create some lasting precedent about whether a petition can be a word off and still be a valid petition (so that the case could live on in precedent infamy). They weren’t really clear on that issue; they just said that the reasons for the recall were still the same even though the unnecessary additional descriptions of what the charges were differed by a word.
I recall some chatter about whether there really were enough valid signatures. It looks like we might get to see an answer to that question now that the petition is back on.