DETROIT (WKZO) -- Activist Robert Davis is asking for the Michigan Attorney General's Office to investigate no-bid contracts that have been approved by Detroit Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr. In a letter submitted to Bill Schuette's office, Davis claims Orr gave the green light to mulit-million-dollar consultation contracts in violation of the state's emergency manager law which requires proposals over 50-thousand dollars to be open for bidding. Schuette spokeswoman Joy Yearout said the office will review Davis's complaint.
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