Where is the constitutional right against insolvency? Broke is broke. I mean who is protected here by the constitution? The debtors? The creditors? The taxpayers? This judge is just plain high.
That's a very simple but important point. The Michigan constitution didn't say that this applied to public entities but not private entities.
Are all pension adjustments for private companies that go bankrupt now null and void in Michigan according to this interpretation, or does this only apply to public entities with SEIU and possibly NEA employees?
Frankly, I don't think she has judicial standing here, anyway. I've heard shee's a county judge, and therefore a state level municipal bankruptcy should be out of her jurisdiction. The outrageous expansion of judge's power in recent decades cannot be what the Founders intended.