MASON (WKZO) -- Sworn affidavits confirming they have turned over all documents in a lawsuit tied to the hiring of Detroit Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr must be signed by top state officials. Ingham County Judge William Collette made the order as union activist Robert Davis continues his effort to have Orr removed from office.
Davis claims the state violated the Open Meetings Act when they hired Orr. The state has turned over just one email from state Treasurer Andy Dillon related to Orr's appointment. However, Davis says he found more through a subpoena of an assistant to Governor Rick Snyder.
Collette warned two assistant state attorneys that if all documents have not been released, it would be a serious matter.