MLive – The city has joined the state of Michigan in fighting a federal court injunction that requires door-to-door delivery of water to residents.
In a filing at the U.S. Court of Appeals Tuesday, Nov. 29, attorneys for the city say a preliminary injunction issued by U.S. District Judge David M. Lawson is “overbroad, and moreover, the city lacks the resources required to comply.”
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