AG Nessel to Investigate Canceled Contract to Trace COVID-19 Exposures
The Michigan attorney general will investigate how the state awarded a contract to a Democratic political firm to help trace possible COVID-19 exposures.
Attorney General Dana Nessel agreed to look into the contract at the request of a Republican senator.
Governor Whitmer ordered the cancellation of the contract last week to Great Lakes Community Engagement.
The company is owned by a Democratic consultant who planned to use software development by a firm with ties to Democratic campaigns.