A proposal to throw out Michigan's controversial "Emergency Manager Law" will be on the statewide ballot this week. The state Supreme Court has ruled 4-to-3 that voters should decide on the controversial law that allows sweeping powers to appoint managers of ailing cities. This brings to an end a long legal fight, largely between Detroit and Lansing. It also means the law will be suspended until the elections once the ballot proposal is officially certified by the Board of Canvassers. Opponents of the law had gathered enough signatures to put the question on the ballot, but supporters of the law went to court, arguing that the font size on the petition was wrong.