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Public Act 4 protestor says work is not done

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(08/03/12) - The chair of Genesee County's chapter of Stand Up for Democracy says the next challenge is getting people out to vote in November.

"Getting it on the ballot is one thing," says Bishop Bernadel Jefferson. 

She says she was in Consumer's Energy when she got the news.

"I started screaming and hollering and praising God, giving him glory."

The Michigan Supreme Court ruled Friday to allow a repeal of the emergency manager law, Public Act 4, to appear on the November ballot.

"We applaud the Supreme Court for standing up for our rights," Jefferson says.

She says she was in Lansing last week when the court heard the case.

"On the wall, in the Supreme Court, it says "justice" and "truth" and I think justice has prevailed today."

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