From The Detroit News:
MICHIGAN—Northern Michigan University trustees have called a meeting to discuss whether their selection of interim president David Haynes violated the state's Open Meetings Act.
The Michigan Court of Appeals is hearing arguments in cases related to troubled city finances in Detroit and Flint. The issue is whether the state review teams that looked at the books in both cities should have met in public.
Lower court judges ruled that they must meet the requirements of the Open Meetings Act. The court will hear arguments Thursday. A decision will be released at a later date.