Michigan board declines to certify LGBTQ rights ballot drive

The Michigan elections board has declined to certify an LGBTQ-rights ballot drive because it didn’t submit enough voter signatures. The 4-0 vote from two Democrats and two Republicans came after the elections bureau did a second review and estimated Fair and Equal Michigan turned in roughly 263,000 valid signatures, about 76,000 short.

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