LANSING, MI (WHTC) - State Representative Bob Genetski is appealing a year-long suspension of his driving privileges stemming from a January arrest in which he refused a breathalyzer test. The attorney for the Saugatuck Republican claims that an administrative law examiner failed to apply the law correctly. Genetski, who was pulled over by a MSU campus officer, is slated to lose his license on April 8th; a decision on an appeal of the suspension, along with a request for a waiver to allow him to drive to the state Capitol for his legislative duties, is expected by the end of next week. He is also awaiting a trial on drunken driving charges from the incident.
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